As A Temporary Employment Agency, Must We Report Individual Placed By Our Agency As A New Hire?

If your agency is paying wages to the individual, you must submit a New Hire report. The individual needs to be reported only once, except when there is a break in service from your agency and a new W­4 form is required. If your agency simply refers individuals for employment and does not pay salaries, New Hire reports are not necessary. However, the employer who actually hires and pays the individual, whether on a part­time or full­time basis, will be required to report the New Hire information.

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