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Easily meet federal reporting requirements using a printable EEO-1 form
Streamline preparation of your annual EEO-1 Report with the Downloadable New Hire EEO-1 Data Sheet. It's ideal for gathering the required race, gender and ethnicity information from new employees for quick and efficient completion of your report.
EEO-1 reports are required for:
DO keep the New Hire EEO-1 Data Sheet confidential and filed separately from other personnel records.
Don’t make completion of the New Hire EEO-1 Data Sheet a mandatory job requirement. Although self-identification (i.e., asking employees to provide the information) is the most reliable and preferred method by the EEOC and OFCCP, visual observation also can be acceptable for identifying the race and ethnicity of employees.
DO retain a copy of your most recent EEO-1 Report in your files at all times.
Don’t neglect to post the Equal Employment Opportunity poster. If you are an employer subject to federal nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity laws, you are required to display this poster in a conspicuous location where both employees and applicants can see it.
DO file the EEO-1 Report by September 30th of each year.
Don’t count employees more than once on the EEO-1 Report. Employees must be accounted for in one and ONLY one of the race/ethnicity and job categories.
DO use EEO-1 data to evaluate your own internal programs for insuring equal employment opportunity.
Don’t forget to include all full-time and part-time employees when completing your EEO-1 Report.