An incomplete posting is a posting that does not reflect the total wages paid to the
employee by an employer for a reporting period, i.e., the earnings posted from an
employer are less than what the employee earned.
EXAMPLE: The NH’s E/R for 1999 shows earnings of $17,000 from his employer. The NH stated
that he earned $22,500, not $17,000. He states he only worked for that employer that
year. The NH presented his 1999 W-2 as evidence and contact with the employer verified
that the NH’s 1999 earnings were $22,500.
NOTE: If the NH stated he worked for two employers in 1999 and earned $17,000 from one
employer and $5500 from a second employer, this is not considered an incomplete posting.
The missing $5500 is considered an employer gap for the second employer and if the
NH worked for the second employer in the years adjacent to 1999, an EARQ will alert
as Employer Gap for the second employer.