New Hire Paperwork: Delaware
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: XpertHR Editorial Team
- Delaware employers with four or more employees must notify new hires of their rate of pay. See Pay Notification.
- New employees must be notified of the employer's practices and policies. See Employment Practices and Policies.
- Employers with four or more employees are required to notify new employees of their right to be free from pregnancy discrimination and seek reasonable accommodations based on pregnancy. See Pregnancy Accommodation Notification.
- Delaware employers with four or more employees must provide employees with notice and an information sheet regarding the right to be free from sexual harassment in the workplace. See Sexual Harassment Prevention Notice.
- An employer may deposit an employee's wages onto a payroll debit card provided that the employer complies with all conditions contained in the Wage Payment Collection Act. See Payroll Debit Card.
- Delaware employers should provide each new employee with a state income tax withholding form, Form Delaware W-4, as well as federal Form W-4. See Employee Withholding Forms.