The EEO Report is a compliance survey mandated by the Federal Statutes and Regulations in the United States of America. Usage of the feature is mainly for U.S.-based organizations. It intends to avoid employment discrimination in terms of demographics, through federal prohibitions enforced by EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission). The survey requires company employment data to be categorized by race/ethnicity, gender, and job category.
From the year 2017, it is a requirement to include the total Part-Time and Full-Time employees based on the pay bands as well as the aggregate hours worked based on the pay bands. While EEO reports can be enabled in the system as described below, the required demographic data and payment data are maintained in the PIM sections.
Step 1 – Select HR Administration > Organization > General Information. The General Information Screen will appear
Step 2 – Click the ‘EEO Enabled’ Checkbox and Click Save.
Step 3 – Select HR Administration > Organization > Locations. This screen will let you know if a Location is EEO enabled or not.
Step 4 – You can enable EEO reports for each location when you are adding the location. Or else you can enable it later by clicking the edit icon for the location. (Refer to the figure below.)
Once you have all the data required for EEO reports, you can generate the report you need to file.
File an EEO report
OrangeHRM allows the user to complete this information in three simple steps. The system guides the user via a wizard which steps through the required information needed for EEO filing resulting in the generation of a CSV output file of EEO data for single establishment companies.
Step 1 – Select HR Administration > Organization > Process EEO Filling from the Main Menu. Process EEO Filling Screen will appear as follows.
Step 2 – Fill the form with the required data.
Step 3 – Click Save and Continue.
Step 4 - Click the 'Generate EEO Filling' Button. A CSV file will be generated and downloaded. This report can be directly uploaded to the EEO Survey Portal when filing for EEO.