Self-Identification Best Practices for Federal Government Contractors & Subcontractors: EEO-1 Reporting

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Increasingly, employers are choosing to encourage their job applicants and employees to self-identify their gender, race/ethnicity, disability, and veteran status to assist with voluntary diversity and inclusion initiatives. For federal contractors and subcontractors, however, obtaining and retaining self-identification information is not optional, it is a requirement. But knowing from whom you may request self-identification information, when you may request it, and what form(s) to use can be confusing given that the obligations stem from four sets of statutes and regulations, each of which have different requirements.

In this three-part blog series, we will discuss self-identification compliance requirements and “best practices”

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