Help With Filing the EEO-1 Report

March 3, 2020 at 5:00 AM
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EEO-1 Compliance and Reporting in 2020

The deadline for EEO-1 compliance and reporting for 2020 is March 31. Interconnect Human Resources Service is your one-stop-shop for a range of services that help companies remain in compliance with federally-mandated reporting.

We're here to help you manage your EEO-1 compliance and reporting obligations in 2020. Read on to understand these reporting requirements and how we can help.

What is EEO-1 Reporting in 2020?

The EEO-1 (Equal Employment Opportunity) report is actually a survey of employers, including federal contractors, that collect employment data relating to ethnicity, gender, and race. Specifically, the EEO-1 report collects data related to:

    • Ethnicity data (Hispanic or Latino/Non-Hispanic or Latino)
    • Gender Information
    • Race Information

Since 1966, the federal government has collected data on the employment of women and minorities. This year, that federally-mandated report is due on March 31. 

Who needs to comply with EEO-1 reporting?

EEO-1 compliance and reporting in 2020 is an obligation under federal law for three kinds of companies.

1. All Private Employers with over 100 Employees

If you are a private employer with 100 or more employees you must file the EEO-1 survey by March 31, 2020. Excluded from this federal mandate are "state and local governments, public primary and secondary school systems, institutions of higher education, American Indian or Alaska Native tribes and tax-exempt private membership clubs other than labor organizations."

2. Private Companies with less than 100 Employees

If you are a private company with less than 100 employees but are owned by or in partnership with a company that has 100 employees or more, you must complete the EEO-1 by March 31, 2020. Such relationships between companies are defined by central control of personnel policies and labor relations. If you share human resources policies with such a company, you must complete the EEO-1 for each location that has employees within the company.

3. Federal Contractors

Federal contractors with 50 or more employees, and/or contracts for $50,000 of work from the federal government must complete the EEO-1 by March 31, 2020. This includes businesses that serve as a depository for federal funds in any amount and financial institutions that are issuing and paying agents for U.S. Savings Bonds and Savings Notes.

If it is unclear whether EEO-1 compliance and reporting are required for your company, please call our offices. We're happy to help clarify the federal mandate for completing the EEO-1 for your company.

Interconnect Human Resources Services for EEO-1 Compliance and Reporting in 2020

Interconnect Human Resources Services specializes in federally-mandated Equal Employment Opportunity reporting. We offer comprehensive human resource services you can rely on. Our services protect your business and the rights of your workforce. 

We bring 25 years of industry experience and a full suite of HR compliance services to every project, including EEO-1 reporting and compliance.

We build a relationship with your staff that allows us to be an extension of your team. Building trust, and creating a smooth process for compliance and reporting of the EEO-1 and other federally-mandated reports, is our mission.

Start your EEO-1 reporting with a free consultation!

It's time to focus on EEO-1 compliance and reporting in 2020. Free your staff to focus on their jobs, and work with experts to complete the EEO-1 survey professionally and accurately. Ensure your access to federal contracts is not jeopardized by faulty reporting -- work with InterConnect Human Resources Services.

It all begins with a free consultation. Contact us today!