November 30, 2023

EEO-1 Component 1 Filing Deadline is December 5th

This is a quick follow up to the September 13th article. If you have not yet filed your report, you have just a few days left.

The EEOC has published more FAQ’s since the prior article.  A second and third FAQ were published on October 31st.  Together, the three publications comprised more than 70 pages of information.

Who must file?

  1. Private sector employers subject to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that employ 100 or more employees during an employer-selected pay period in the fourth quarter (i.e., October 1 through December 31) of the reporting year (i.e., 2022). This may include two smaller employers that are joint employers. For example, if an employer (e.g., a parent corporation) has only 30 employees but owns two separate subsidiaries each with 35 employees, the parent corporation must file EEO-1 Component 1 reports for its two subsidiaries since together they comprise a single enterprise with 100 employees.
  2. Certain private sector employers that are prime or subcontractors with 50 or more employees may also be required to file.

For more information, click here for all the EEOC’s related resources including an Instruction Booklet, Fact Sheets, and more, in addition to the FAQ’s.