Last year, the EEOC announced a change to the EEO-1 Report. The first deadline for the new report is March 31, 2018, which makes 2017 a transition period. This post outlines changes to the report including summary pay data and other elements.  

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Changes to the EEO-1 Report

Mar 1, 2017

Background and Details of the Change:

Last year, the EEOC announced a change to the EEO-1 Report. The first deadline for the new report is March 31, 2018, which makes 2017 a transition period. The changes to the report are outlined below.

The following report data elements have been revised:

  • Summary pay data: Employers must report the total number of full and part-time employees during the reporting year, in each of 12 pay bands listed for each EEO-1 Job Category. Employers will use earnings reported in Box 1 of the W-2 Form.
  • Aggregate hours worked data: Employers count and report the number of hours worked that year by all the employees accounted for in each pay band.
  • Workforce snapshot period: The new period is October 1 to December 31.

General Impact to Employers:

Affected employers, which include (both private and Federal contractors with 50-99 employees), will need to compile the summary pay data and aggregate hours worked to include in the revised EEO-1 Report.

For more information, please reference:

EEO-1 Survey Home Page