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Employment Opportunity Commission Approved new forms and requirements for its EEO-1

The Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) approved new forms and requirements for its EEO-1 employer report that went into effect in 2008. These changes were the first major amendments to the EEO-1 process in 40 years-and they have not made the process any easier. Most employers are still unsure about how to comply with these new obligations! If you have at least 100 employees (or, if you’re a federal contractor with at least 50 workers), you have just a short time left this fall to gather data on your workers and prepare the 2010 EEO-1 report. If you are not sure whether you have to comply, see the EEOC website.

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 http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/eeo1survey/index.cfm

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With new classification and job categories on the form, resurveying your workers and classifying them properly is more confusing than ever before. Quintilone & Associates can assist any employers seeking counsel and compliance with required report.

Quintilone & Associates focuses in Class Actions, Employment Law, Personal Injury, and Business Litigation in Orange County, CA area.