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Updates and Changes to Collecting and Reporting EEO Data

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Updates and Changes to
Collecting and Reporting EEO
Data

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WHY
WHAT
WHEN
HOW
AND, WHY CAN'T YOU ALL
USE THE SAME FORMAT???

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WHY?

The updates are meant to mirror the changes in today's society, demographics and technology advances

Changes in EEO Categories are to provide for better analysis of potential glass ceiling effects in management

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The New Guidance on Collecting Race/Ethnicity Data

• 1. Is the employee Hispanic/Latino?

If the answer to question #1 is no proceed to the next question

• 2. Is the employee from one or more of the following races:

American Indian/Alaskan Native

Asian

Black/African American

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

White

Two or more races

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Race and Ethnicity for EE0-1 Reporting

OLD EEO-1 REPORT

NEW EEO-1 REPORT

Hispanic

Hispanic or Latino

White (not of Hispanic origin)

White, not Hispanic or Latino

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

Black or African-American, not Hispanic or Latino

Asian or Pacific Islander

Asian, not Hispanic Latino

American Indian or Alaskan Native

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, not Hispanic or Latino

Two or More Races, not Hispanic

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Officials and Managers will be divided into two levels based on responsibility and influence within the organization

These two levels will be:

1. Executive/Senior Level Officials and Managers (plan, direct and formulate policy, set strategy and provide overall direction; in larger organizations, within two reporting levels of CEO).

2. First/Mid-level Officials and Managers (direct implementation or operations within specific parameters set by Executive/Senior Level Officials and Managers; oversee day-to-day operations).

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Organizational Chart

Officials and Managers

Executive/Senior Level Officials and Managers

First/Mid Level Officials and Managers

Professionals

Technicians

Sales Workers

Office and Clerical

Craft Workers (Skilled)

Operative (Semi-Skilled)

Laborers

Service Workers

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Officials and Managers
Continued

• The revised EEO-1 will also move business and financial occupations from the Officials and Managers category to the Professionals category (to improve data for analyzing trends in mobility of minorities and women within Officials and Managers)

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