Tag: Department of Labor
Unemployment Mess—The Real Story
by Charlie Hayward | March 14, 2021 | Commentary | 0 |
About this time last year, the state’s Department of Labor, Division of Unemployment Insurance (DUI) was processing unemployment claims smoothly—and more-or-less efficiently—despite its antiquated, but reliable, computer software.Read More
Md. Labor Department overpays unemployment claims, auditors find
by Len Lazarick | September 28, 2012 | News | 4 |
The Maryland Labor Department’s Division of Unemployment Insurance overpaid millions in benefits to people who were actually working and shelled out unemployment benefits to people who were dead or in prison. The division also certified job stimulus tax credits for employers hiring the unemployed for some workers who weren’t actually receiving unemployment benefits.Read More
Labor Dept. did not protect personal information on computers, audit finds
by Len Lazarick | October 14, 2011 | News | 0 |
Personal information about licenses and unemployment – including names, addresses, birth dates, credit card and Social Security numbers – was left relatively unguarded on computers at the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, and may have been targeted for fraud, according to legislative auditors.Read More
Republican leaders ask attorney general to investigate changes in jobs report
The Republican leaders of the Maryland Senate and House of Delegates have asked Democratic Attorney General Doug Gansler to investigate the upbeat changes made to the analysis of an July jobs report posted on the state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation’s website in August.
The changes in the online posting switched from a downbeat assessment of the July jobs numbers — showing an increase of 500 jobs, but 1,300 new unemployment claims — to a more optimistic one in line with Gov. Martin O’Malley’s emphasis on how many jobs have been created.Read More
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