State New Hire Forms – Getting It Right
If you’re an HR professional managing new hires, you understand the challenge of keeping up with state new hire forms. In fact, state legislatures have introduced more than 50 bills (based on Equifax counts) since 2016 that have new hire form requirements. Furthermore, failing to provide these required state new hire forms can put your organization at risk — and even subject companies to penalties.
We can help you develop a process to track and implement state new hire forms. Watch our September 2018 on-demand webinar where I’m joined by another onboarding expert from Equifax Workforce Solutions. We provide tips to help you manage your compliance more effectively and mitigate your risk. Additionally, we review steps to help make sure your organization is meeting all state new hire notification obligations. Finally, we show you how technology makes the process straightforward.
Employee Onboarding in Every State: Learn to do State New Hire Forms Right
In the webcast we:
- Walk through the latest state trends and highlight some of the new state required new hire notifications
- Offer best practices for effectively managing state new hire forms
- Share a brief demo of the State Onboarding Compliance solution from Equifax that is available exclusively through our Compliance Center platform
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