Nuts-and-Bolts: EEO and VETS Reporting Refresher

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.  (more…)

Nuts-and-Bolts: Changes to Annual VETS Reporting

After the reporting period for 2014, the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS or the Agency) issued a final ruling that would modify the reporting requirements under the Vietnam Era Veteran’s Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA) of 1974. In previous years, Federal contractors and subcontractors were required to report the total number of employees who belonged to a number of categories protected under the VEVRAA, in addition to the total number of protected veterans who were hired during the reporting period.  (more…)

Nuts-and-Bolts: VETS Reporting – Who, What, and When

September is officially here, and the September 30th due date for EEO-1 Reporting is fast approaching, which means the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service Reports (VETS-100 and VETS-100A) are due as well.  Similar to EEO-1 reporting, VETS-100 and VETS-100A Reports are compliance surveys mandated by federal regulations and statutes.  As mentioned in our previous blog post on EEO Reporting, frequently asked questions pertaining to filing include: Who needs to file; What do you need to report and why; and, When do you have to do all of this? (more…)