Your online hiring system includes the ability to automatically collect EEO or OFCCP information from job applicants and provide the data needed for annual government reporting. Your account administrator can activate or deactivate this feature by clicking System Settings and then selecting either EEO or OFCCP.
Companies with 100 or more employees are required by federal law to collect and provide Equal Employment Opportunity data. Companies with fewer than 100 employees may collect EEO data for self-assessment purposes and to promote affirmative action, but it is not required.
When activated, this is how the EEO Voluntary Self-Identification Form will appear to applicants:
Unless specifically exempted, most federal contractors who have contracts of more than $10,000 are required to meet basic nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity requirements. Once EEO or OFCCP is activated, every job applicant is presented with an appropriate voluntary self-identification form as part of the job application process. The data provided by an applicant will be collected and made available to account administrators in the Reports section of the system. Lower-level system users do not have access to this information.
When activated, this is how the OFCCP Voluntary Self-Identification Form will appear to applicants:
When activated, this is how the OFCCP Voluntary Self-Identification of Disability Form CC-305 - OMB Control Number 1250-0005 will appear to applicants: