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2019 & 2020 EEO-1 Reporting Scheduled For April 2021

In May of last year the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced that employers would not be required to file EEO-1 surveys in 2020 due to the Coronavirus outbreak, with the expectation that filings would be delayed until early 2021. More information about this announcement can be found in our blog post.

At the start of this year, two years of EEO-1 surveys – the 2019 and 2020 reporting periods – were expected to be due on March 31, 2021. However, EEOC announced this week that the filing system opening has been delayed again and is now scheduled for April 2021. Employers required to file EEO-1 reports should begin preparing to submit both 2019 and 2020 data in anticipation of the opening of the filing window in a few months. 

HR Works has learned through contacts at the EEOC that the additional delay was caused by the agency transitioning to a new online filing platform. Though we don’t yet have details as to if there will be any changes with this transition, we will share any information we receive leading up to the filing window opening. 

We will also continue to provide information related to specific opening dates and submission deadline dates as they are released. In the meantime, clients can reach out to their Affirmative Action Project Manager with any questions.

HR Works EEO-1 Filing Services

HR Works helps employers with data preparation and filing of the EEO-1 report, saving employers the administrative burden of completing the report in-house. To learn more about these services and how to leverage our compliance expertise and support, please contact us at info@hrworks-inc.com or call 1-877-219-9062. 

HR Works, Inc., headquartered at 200 WillowBrook Office Park in Fairport (Rochester), New York, with an office in East Syracuse, is a human resource management outsourcing and consulting firm serving clients throughout the United States. HR Works provides scalable strategic human resource management and consulting services, including: affirmative action programs; benefits administration outsourcing; HRIS self-service technology; full-time, part-time and interim on-site HR managers; HR audits; legally reviewed employee handbooks and supervisor manuals; talent management and recruiting services; and training of managers and HR professionals.