- A company that operates and employs people in more than one state who are taxed according to their work location state. Such employers are obliged to report new hires to a governmental directory, but can opt to do so in just one of the states where they operate
- The software giant, having offices nationwide, qualifies as a multistate employer.
- Being a multistate employer, the firm needed to adhere to employment laws in different states.
- John’s retail company expanded across state borders, thus becoming a multistate employer.