Please Explain The New Hire Program.
All businesses, state and local government employers, nonprofit organizations, regardless of the number of employees, must report New Hires to the Child Support Enforcement Agency of the State Attorney General's Office. Employers must report the new employee information to the agency as soon as possible and no later than 20 days from the employee's first day of work. Every newly hired or rehired employee that fills out a W4 form whether fulltime, parttime or student work must be reported.
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