Mississippi Department of Human Services (DHS) Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) is excited to introduce our redesigned New Hire website, welcome!
The new look and feel of our New Hire Reporting Center has been developed with you in mind, providing the same user-friendly tools you’ve come to expect, along with enhanced accessibility and responsiveness. Stay tuned in the upcoming weeks and months for some exciting new features and functionality built especially for the employer community!
To take advantage of fast and user-friendly reporting methods, please register by selecting the Register button on this page. Or if already registered, Login and update your employer and contact information today. The Mississippi Department of Human Services (DHS) Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) asks all employers to utilize this web-based New Hire Reporting Center to save costs, go green, and improve our ability to communicate with you on a regular basis. To learn about the multiple electronic reporting options offered by the Mississippi New Hire Reporting Center, please visit the Reporting Fundamentals Page.
As unemployment rates continue to decrease, the Mississippi State Directory of New Hires team would like to take an opportunity to remind you of your responsibility to report all newly hired, rehired, and recalled employees. Newly hired, rehired, and recalled employees must be reported within 20 days of their hire, rehire, or recall date, whether they are considered full-time, part-time, or temporary employees.
Rehired employees are employees who return to work after sixty (60) days, or more, of being laid off, furloughed, separated, or granted a leave without pay or terminated from employment. Recalled employees include anyone who remains on the payroll during a break in service or gap in pay and then returns to work. For example, teachers, substitutes, seasonal workers, etc.
We understand that these are still unprecedented times and would like you to know that we are here to support you. If there is anything we can do to better serve your needs, please let us know. We welcome your questions and look forward to helping you any way we can.
We will continue to make improvements and welcome any feedback you may have. We may be reached via email at contact@MS-newhire.com or directly by phone at (800) 241-1330.