When Is An Individual Considered To Be "Hired"? Is It When The Offer Of Employment Is Made, Or When The Person Actually Reports For Work?
An individual is considered a “newly hired employee” on the first day he or she performs wage earning services. Someone who is offered and accepts a job but never reports for work should not be reported as a new hire.
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