How To Keep Up With State Required New Hire Forms
HR Professionals can attest that keeping up with state required new hire forms is challenging. Furthermore, failing to keep up with state requirements can leave an organization at risk and subject to penalties. While keeping up in a single state can be challenging, it can be especially difficult for multi-state employers.
In a poll from our September 2018 webinar, State New Hire Forms – Getting It Right, 74% of respondents indicated they are already including some or all state required new hire forms in their new hire onboarding packets. Due to the increase in bills with new hire requirements, it seems like this challenge is here to stay.
An automated solution like the State Compliance Solution from Equifax can help organizations manage state new hire form requirements. Our solution can help to:
- Get the right form
- In the right format
- Delivered to the right employee
- With the right tracking
Register for a demo of our Compliance Center portal to learn more about efficiently managing onboarding – including state required new hire forms – across multiple hiring locations.
Additionally, you can watch our on-demand webinar for more about the survey above, along with tips to keep organizations on track with growing state legislation. In the webcast we:
- Walk through the latest state trends and highlight some of the latest state required new hire notifications
- Offer best practices for effectively managing state new hire forms
- And finally, share a brief demo of the State Onboarding Compliance solution from Equifax
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