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I Am A Multistate Employer. Do I Have To Report To Each State In Which I Have Employees?

If you are a multistate employer, you have two reporting options. You may report newly hired employees to the state in which they are working or, alternatively, you may select one of these states in which to report all of your new hires. If one state is chosen, your New Hire reports must be transmitted by magnetic tape or electronically. Also, you must notify the Secretary, DHHS, of the state that you have chosen. Please note, however, that if you choose to report to a single state, the information may not be available to the employee`s work state for purposes of detecting fraud in the unemployment insurance or workers` compensation programs.

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