This is a fundamentally flawed proposal as it does not aim to solve the problem at it’s source. The company doesn’t pay the worker enough, so the worker uses federal benefits to supplement. Solving the problem would be requiring the employer to pay the worker adequately, not pay back the monies the employee has to seek elsewhere. I agree that a large company (or any company for that matter) shouldn’t be allowed to ask a prospective employee of their aid status as it does not directly relate tho the individual’s ability to do the job they are applying for, but take the tax “resolution” out of it. More often than not, taxes are not the answer. Keep digging. Put your thinking cap on. Try harder, legislature. This isn’t good enough.