Deadline to File VETS-100 & EE0-1 Reports
The VETS-100 requires covered employers to report the number
and job classifications of the veterans you employ. Employers
with Federal contractors of $25,000 or more, regardless of the
number of employees you have, must file the VETS-100 form.
Although the VETS-100 report is normally due September 30, the
Department of Labor (DOL) has delayed mailing out the forms to
covered employers until sometime in mid-September.
The EEO-1 requires covered employers to report, by gender and
job classification, the ethnic and racial composition of your
workforce. Employers in either of two categories must
submit the EEO-1 form by September 30, 2003. You are
required to file if you have:
- 100 or more employees; or
- 50 or more employees and a federal contract of $50,000 or
Special Note: Next year's EEO-1 report may be substantially different
from this year's filing. Back in June, the EEOC proposed revisions
to the EEO-1 as a result of additional racial and ethnic categories
added to the federal classification standards in the 2000 census
by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
HR NETwork is available to assist you with compiling the data
and completing your reports. Call today for more information.