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San Francisco Employers: Annual Reporting Form Deadline Coming Up

(posted: April 4th, 2017)

SF employers filing deadline

Employers covered by San Francisco's :

Health Care Security Ordinance (HCSO)


Fair Chance Ordinance (FCO)

Are required to submit the 2016 Employer Annual Reporting Form to the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement by May 1, 2017.


If you are not certain whether you are required to submit the form, you can find out by taking this survey created by the city/county of San Francisco.

Employers who were not covered by the HCSO or the FCO in 2016 will be directed to a page indicating that they do not need to submit the form. Covered employers will be directed to the appropriate online form.

Covered employers: Make sure you review the instructions before beginning the online form.

According to San Francisco's Office of Labor Standards Enforcement, employers not covered by the HCSO and/or the FCO in any quarter of calendar year 2016 do not need to submit the form.

For more information on the HCSO and FCO, please visit the San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement's website where you will find links to additional content.

Please don't hesistate to contact us for more information as well!

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