It is that time of year again and the window for annual reporting is quickly closing in on us. For the reporting period for the 2014-15 year, the filing deadline for filing the annual VETS4212 report is September 30th. In a recent Nuts-and-Bolts blog post, we discussed the changes to the annual VETS reporting, and how these updates will impact employers who are required to file. 

The deadline for filing the EEO-1 report has been extended to October 30, 2015 from the standard deadline of September 30, 2015. Additional changes to the 2015 reporting process include:

  • Companies are able to obtain and reset their passwords
  • Companies with locations that have the same address and the same NAICS code must consolidate the data from those locations into one record in the report
  • Reporting the Employer Identification Number (EIN) for each location will be more carefully monitored

As a refresher for employers who are filing either the VETS4212 and/or the EEO-1 reports for their organization, we have pulled from our archives three blog posts that details the “Who, What, and When” for both of these reports, in addition to providing some information on the related Affirmative Action Program (AAP) report which many employers who file the VETS4212 and EEO-1 reports are required to have on file for their company.

VETS Reporting – Who, What, and When

EEO Reporting – Who, What, and When

Affirmative Action Programs – Who, What, and When