If you are a private employer with 100 or more employees, you must file an EE0-1 Report with the federal Joint Reporting Committee no later than September 30, 2014. The EEOC uses this employment data to detect employment patterns and to assist in civil rights enforcement. The EE0-1 Report is a snapshot of what an employer’s workforce looks like on a given day. For human resources purposes, that day should be within a pay period in July, August, or September of 2014. The report then asks for a breakdown of an employer’s workforce by race/ethnic category and sex, as well as by each of the nine occupational categories delineated by the EEOC. Since transitioning to a digital online form, this report has become less burdensome to complete, but it still is important to submit the document on time to avoid incurring penalties.

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