Employer information report (EEO-1) due September 30th

The deadline for filing the Employer Information Report (also known as the EEO-1 Report) with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is September 30th. The report must be filed by: (1) employers with federal government contracts of $50,000 or more who have 50 or more employees; and (2) employers who do not have a federal government contract but have 100 or more employees. The report requires employers to provide a count of their employees by job category, ethnicity, race, and gender. Employment numbers may be obtained from any pay period in July through September of 2011.
The EEOC prefers the report to be filed using the EEO-1 Web-based filing system. Click EEOC website link. The system requires a login ID and password. Other filing options for private employers include submitting the report as a data file or filing the report as a computer printout. The EEOC will only allow the report to be filed on paper if so requested by an employer with no Internet access.  Further information on the reporting process can also be obtained by calling the EEO-1 Joint Reporting Committee at: (866) 286-6440.

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The lawyers at the Beliveau Law Group provides legal services for estate planning (wills and trusts), Medicaid (planning and applications), probate (estate and trust administration), business law (formation and operation), real estate (residential and commercial), taxation (federal and state), and civil litigation (in connection with these practice areas). The law firm has offices and attorneys in Naples, Florida; Boca Raton, Florida; Danvers, Massachusetts; Waltham, Massachusetts; Quincy, Massachusetts; Manchester, New Hampshire and Salem, New Hampshire.

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