Considerations for Disclosing EEO-1 Forms Within and Outside Your Organization
12:00 p.m. (ET)
Organizations are facing greater internal pressure from diversity and inclusion professionals, boards of directors, and employee affinity groups, and they are facing external pressure from news organizations, shareholders, investors, and the general public to share or disclose their EEO-1 data.
Join Circa along with Josh Roffman and Alissa Horvitz as they address the various considerations that organizations need to evaluate when deciding whether to divulge their EEO-1 data internally and/or externally. Considering organizations’ desires to make progress on race and gender issues, and the opening of the EEOC’s EEO-1 portal at the end of April to receive the 2019 and 2020 data uploads, this is a very timely topic.
- What data is tabulated in the EEO-1 reports?
- What are the Type 2, Type 3, Type 4, Type 6 and Type 8 reports?
- What other data fields are included in the employer’s submission (e.g., NAICS code)?
- What does the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission do with the data it collects?
- What does the OFCCP do with the data it collects?
- Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests to EEOC and to OFCCP and the legal standards for releasing the information to FOIA Requestors;
- How your organization can compare its EEO-1 data to other organizations in certain geographic locations and industries to help you decide how your data might compare to your peers.