Federal and State law requires employers to report newly hired and re-hired employees in Kansas to the New Hire Directory within 20 days of the hire. Re-hires or Re-called employees: Employers must report re-hires, or employees who return to work after being laid off, furloughed, separated, granted a leave without pay, or terminated from employment for 60 days or more. Employers must also report any employee who remains on the payroll during a break in service or gap in pay, and then returns to work. A rehired employee includes any individual who has been separated from employment for 60 consecutive days. This includes teachers, substitutes, seasonal workers, etc. This site will provide you with information about reporting new hires including reporting online and other reporting options.
Reporting Basics: Learn about new hire reporting and convenient reporting options.
Frequently Asked Questions: Find answers to employer’s most commonly asked new hire reporting questions.
Electronic Reporting: Save time, save money...report electronically.
Multistate Reporting: Employees in more than one state? Here’s what you need to know.
Compliance: How does the state assure I am reporting?
Public Relations/Outreach: Help us spread the word about new hire reporting requirements.
Forms: Other ways to report
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