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UPDATE: EEOC Clarifies Change to EEO-1 Reporting for Employees at Client Sites

As we recently reported, the instructions for filing current EEO-1 reports includes a change to the reporting requirements for employees working at client sites.

Acknowledging confusion surrounding the instruction, EEOC presented the following today during a webinar held for members of the Industry Liaison Group community:

It has come to the EEOC’s attention that there may be some confusion as to how employers are to report employees working at client sites.  Some employers have been reporting the address of client sites for employees, while other employers have instead been rolling those employees up to a non-client site employer address.  Given this confusion, employers will not be considered “non-compliant” if they have chosen one approach over the other – either reporting by client site or by non-client site employer address. 

The EEOC noted it is currently reviewing how to address client site reporting. 

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Laura Mitchell, Jackson Lewis, Management Representation lawyer, Contractual Drafting Attorney

Laura A. Mitchell is a Principal in the Denver, Colorado, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She represents management exclusively in all areas of employment law, focusing on affirmative action and EEO.

Ms. Mitchell assists clients with the drafting of affirmative action plans, representing government and non-government contractors in Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) matters, preparing for and defending OFCCP audits, and counseling employers on issues stemming from OFCCP regulations. Prior to joining Jackson...