What is a multiestablishment company in the context of EEO reporting?

For the purposes of EEO reporting, a company that does business as multiple physical locations is considered a multi-establishment company. In contrast, a single-establishment company does business at only one physical address. Multi-establishment companies are required to submit a separate report for each location of the company with 50 or more employees as well as locations with fewer than 50 employees.

  • Companies with multiple establishments that have the same address, NAICS code, and EIN must be combined into the same report, unless prevented by the company's corporate structure. In the latter case, see Section 5, Requests for Information and Special Procedures of the EEO Instruction Booklet.
  • With the exception of the company's headquarters, all locations with at least one employee must be reported.

Learn more about the EEO reporting requirements for multi-establishment companies.

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