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Employers that have not previously filed should expect the 2017 filing period to open in late January and should register hrough the EEOC’s website. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Since 1966 employers have been preparing and filing EEO-1 reports every autumn, providing the government with information on the size and demographic composition of the workforce. Over the past few years, changes to the EEO-1 report have been discussed, enacted, criticized, and then suspended, creating confusion and raising many questions.

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