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To facilitate the accurate and prompt determination of child support obligations, all employers must report to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance certain identifying information about each newly hired employee. The online New York New Hire Reporting feature provides employers with an efficient method of reporting new employees and accessing information about the New York State Directory of New Hires.