2022 EEO-1 Data Collection Scheduled to Open Mid-July
A reminder that the 2022 EEO-1 Component 1 Data Collection is tentatively scheduled to open in mid-July 2023. Employers should start preparing reports now to help make the reporting process go more smoothly.
Updates regarding the 2022 EEO-1 Component 1 Data Collection, including the opening date, will be posted on the EEO-1 website as they become available.
An employer must file an EEO-1 report if they answer YES to one or more of these questions:
- Does the entire company (at all locations combined) have at least 100 employees?
- Is the company affiliated through common ownership or centralized management with other entities in an enterprise with a total employee count of 100 or more?
- Does the company or any of its establishments have a contract with the federal government worth $50,000 or more and have 50 or more employees?
- Is the company or any of its establishments a federal government contractor that serves as a depository of government funds in any amount or a financial institution that is an issuing and paying agent for U.S. Savings Bonds and Savings Notes in any amount?
If you answered NO to all of the questions above, you do not need to file an EEO-1 report. If you are unsure about the answer to question 2, you should speak with an attorney.
If a company’s headcount exceeded 100 employees in 2022, please note that the workforce snapshot is a pay period between October 1 and December 31 of the reporting year. Therefore, if the employer did not meet the 100-employee threshold by the start of the workforce snapshot for the current survey year, then the understanding is that the employer is not required to file an EEO-1 report because it does not meet the employee-count threshold.
Members with questions on this or other HR issues are encouraged to contact the HR Helpline staff for assistance: Kathy Richmond at (585) 256-4618 or Jennifer Suppé at (585) 256-4608. The amount of available Helpline access is based on membership level.