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Work Force Report

The City is an equal opportunity employer, and requires the same of its private partners, both construction firms and consultant firms.

Companies wishing to do business with the City of San Diego are asked to submit a Work Force Report, showing the gender and ethnic make-up of its employees. The firm's diversity is compared to the County Labor Force Availability for the county in which the firm is based. If there is a discrepancy between the firm's labor force and the county's labor force availability, the firm will be required to submit an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Plan and a commitment to providing equal employment opportunity.

Small companies of less than 15 employees are exempt from the requirement to submit a Work Force Report.

Your Contract Compliance Officer can help you with your Work Force Report and your Equal Opportunity Plan.