About Author: Corrinne Flores

Corrinne Flores
Corrinne Flores is the Manager of the Agency Relations, Diverse Products team, and her responsibilities include support for the ADP SmartCompliance employment tax, unemployment claims and wage garnishments modules. Corrinne and her team manage the relationships and compliance requirements between ADP and state agencies. She has been with ADP for over eighteen years and has spent the majority of her career within the Agency Relations department. Corrinne obtained her Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management. She has participated on the American Payroll Association’s Government Affairs Task Force (GATF) for Child Support and Garnishment workgroups for the past six years, and is the current Chair of the GATF Child Support workgroup.

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Garn in WI
05.04.15 |

[Infographic] Wage Garnishment Trends in Wisconsin

An average of 10 percent of employees in Wisconsin have their wages garnished, compared to the national average of 7.2 percent, according to the results of the ADP Research Institute’s September 2014 study, Garnishment – The Untold Story. The below infographic outlines additional findings from the study and provides an overview of wage garnishments in…Read More »


Garn in PA
04.28.15 |

[Infographic] State Garnishment Trends in Pennsylvania

An average of 6.1 percent of employees in Pennsylvania have their wages garnished, compared to the national average of 7.2 percent, according to the results of the ADP Research Institute’s September 2014 study, Garnishment – The Untold Story. The below infographic outlines additional findings from the study and provides an overview of wage garnishments in…Read More »


Garn in CA
04.09.15 |

[Infographic] State Garnishment Trends in California

An average of 7 percent of employees in California have their wages garnished, compared to the national average of 7.2 percent, according to the results of the ADP Research Institute’s September 2014 study, Garnishment – The Untold Story. The below infographic outlines additional findings from the study and provides an overview of wage garnishments in…Read More »


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05.22.14 |

Child Support Invades Cyberspace

With many states sending orders electronically (called electronic income withholding orders, or e-IWOs) and mandating that garnishment payments be made electronically, employers often have a lot of questions about how to handle this new evolution in wage withholding.

For example, did you know that employer acknowledgements of orders can be submitted not only with a “system-to-system” implementation but also via PDF or XLS?

Or that you can even “mix and match” how the acknowledgements are sent?


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03.14.14 |

Three Tips for New Hire Reporting – And Why It Matters

Keeping current on New Hire Reporting may potentially help save employers from incurring significant noncompliance penalties. Failure to report a new hire can result in federal fines as much as $25 per employee, or as high as $500 if the failure to report is intentional. States may also charge non-monetary civil penalties. Despite the risks…Read More »


07.18.13 |

Unemployment Insurance (UI) Integrity: Why Supporting Documentation Can Help Save Your Rate

According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Integrity Rates for All States Report, there were over $5.4 billion in improper unemployment insurance payments made in 2011. Improper charges can have a negative effect on your unemployment insurance tax rates, and reducing these improper payments could help reduce your unemployment insurance tax rates in the future. …Read More »


12.13.12 |

What’s Your Plan? Garnishment Contingency Planning

Garnishment orders are some of the most time-sensitive documents an employer receives. A delayed garnishment response may not only create hardship for the employee, but the employer as well. The consequences can be severe, so what do you do when a widespread event delays your response? In 2011/2012, FEMA declared 353 disasters and emergencies*, many…Read More »



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