The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) requires the EEO-1 form to be filed to help ensure parity of pay across an employer’s workforce.

 

The EEO-1 Report applies to two categories of employers.

 

These are (1) private employers with 100 or more employees and (2) federal government contractors with more than $50,000 in government contracts. Reporting for the 2017 year is due on March 31, 2018.

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Why It Matters

  • Failure to file may result in EEOC enforcement, and filings with false statements may result in fines or imprisonment
  • Inaccurate reporting may increase the appearance of pay differentials, attracting agency scrutiny
  • Inaccurate reporting may result in EEOC investigation, and/or employee lawsuits for pay discrimination
  • Inaccurate reporting may negatively impact employee morale as well as company brand and reputation

Accurate and complete EEO-1 reporting is designed to:

  • Avoid EEOC investigations and/or enforcement actions
  • Avoid OFCCP audits for federal contractors
  • Avoid liability for pay discrimination

The FCCI Difference:
FCCI provides dedicated data specialists who will gather, analyze, cleanse, and track data, work with the client to correct data errors to secure compliance, and deliver complete EEO-1 reporting.

It’s not DIY software leaving employers on their own resulting in “garbage in, garbage out” results.

PRODUCT PROCESS & DETAILS

We work with you to identify and collect applicable company level data points

We work with your HR and Payroll divisions to collect, reconcile and integrate required pay bands and hours data

We work with HR to acquire and map job titles/categories to EEO-1 job categories

We gather, calculate, and validate employee counts within pay bands with race/ethnicity /
gender data


You can monitor exposure, practices, and recommended actions at any time with a live online dashboard
AND with our dedicated analysts.

How can we help you?

Take a free 15 minute consultation with our Workforce Analysts.