Employers: Did You Meet Your Deadlines?

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EEO-1 Report: 9/30/13*

Employers with at least 100 employees

*The EEOC’s only remedy for failing to file the forms is to require you to file them. There are no fines or penalties associated with non-filing or late-filing. However, employers should try to avoid drawing a Show Cause Letter as it can be a time-consuming and potentially costly process to resolve.

VETS -100 / VETS – 100A Report: 10/31/13

VETS – 100: Contractors with an existing Federal contract or subcontract in the amount of $25,000 or more, entered into before 12/1/2003

VETS – 100A: Federal contract or subcontract in the amount of $100,000 or more, entered into or modified after 12/1/2003

Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Marketplace Notice: 10/1/13*

Employers subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act

*The Department of Labor recently announced it would not be imposing fines for failure to provide the ACA exchange notice; however, employers should still comply, since the actual deadline for enrollment has not changed.

Medicare Part D Annual Notice: 10/15/13

All group health plan sponsors, regardless of size and/or plan year