New Hire Reporting in California and Beyond

New Hire Reporting in California and Beyond

Tuesday, February 18, 2014 | 10:00 a.m (PT)

About the Webinar
Join the California Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) and ADP, who recognize the value employers provide to the Child Support and the New Hire Reporting Programs. Our webinar will highlight some of the important roles and responsibilities of employers that help support family self-sufficiency.

Employers must report newly hired employees shortly after the date of hire to a designated state agency. Agencies match new hire reports against child support records, unemployment benefit and workers compensation information.

We will explore many of the responsibilities of employers in connection with new hire reporting within the state of California and with respect to multi-state reporting. Specific topics to be covered include why employers should report new hires, what information to report and how to do so, and how to update company information with the agencies. We’ll also review various resources that are available to you. The session will conclude with the opportunity to ask questions of both ADP and the California Department of Child Services.

This webinar is eligible for 1 RCH or 1 CPE credit.

John Contreras
Team Leader, DCSS
John has over 19 years of Child Support Program knowledge and experience. He currently leads the California Department of Child Support Services Employer Services team.
Corrinne Flores
Manager, Government Relations, ADP, Inc.

Corrinne has been with ADP for over 18 years and currently manages the relationships and various applicable compliance requirements between ADP and agencies for child support, various types of garnishments, new hire reporting, and unemployment compensation benefits.