First, review recent hiring to see if any new hires have joined the workforce since February 3. If so, determine if they were unemployed or underemployed during the 60 days before starting work. If so, have the complete Form W-11 and retain for your records. You should be able to claim a payroll tax exemption for wages paid after March 19.
Second, if you are hiring workers consider outreach efforts to attract the unemployed or underemployed candidate. Of course, these tax incentives do not offset the cost of hiring a bad worker, so do not ignore your normal best hiring practices.