- Substitute Teachers Must be reported when initially hired. They must be reported again if the employee is rehired following termination, a lay off, a separation, or a requested leave of absence without pay greater than 30 days.
- Teachers on 9 month vs. 12 month pay schedule Teachers must be reported when they are initially hired and only need to be reported again if they are rehired following termination, separation, a lay off, or if they are returning to work following a requested leave of absence without pay greater than 30 days.
- Seasonal employees Seasonal employees must only be rereported if they are rehired following termination, a lay off, separation, or a requested leave of absence without pay greater than 30 days.
- Farm workers All farm workers who receive compensation must be reported.
- An employee returning to work after a lay off The employee must be rereported when they return to work. The hire data should be reported as the return to work date.
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