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EEO-1 Component 1/Demographic Data (due May 31)

Many employers have been focused on a court battle over when the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will collect employee pay data—sorted by race, sex and ethnicity—for the first time. Covered employers must submit that data later this year, but they should keep in mind that the deadline to submit other EEO-1 information is rapidly approaching.

Under federal law, businesses with at least 100 employees and some federal contractors with at least 50 employees must submit an EEO-1 form each year. Component 1 of the EEO-1 form hasn't changed from prior years: It asks for the number of employees who work for the business sorted by 10 job categories, race/ethnicity and gender.

Employers must submit 2018 Component 1 data by May 31, unless they request an extension. But employers considering an extension should note that the EEOC recently shortened the extension period from 30 days to two weeks. So the extension deadline is now June 14.

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Employers: Don’t Forget that Some EEO-1 Data Are Still Due May 31
SHRM | May 2019

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Important Dates in 2019
May 31:    2018 Component 1 data due.
Jun 14:     2018 Component 1 data due for employers that received a two-week extension.
Jul 15:      The EEOC expects to make the Component 2 portal available to employers.
Sep 30:    2017 and 2018 Component 2 data due.

Component 2/Pay-Data Deadline:  The pay-data submission deadline is September 30th. For resources on this developing topic, visit our Pay-Data Collection Express Request.

SHRM Resources

Can you please explain the filing requirements for the EEO-1 form?

How should employers report telecommuters and remote workers on the EEO-1 survey?

EEO-1 Reporting Checklist

EEO-1 Voluntary Self Identification Form

Post-Offer Invitation to Self-Identify: Veteran, Gender and Race (VETS-4212 & EEO-1 reporting)

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