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As a result of COVID-19 pandemic, the Maryland Department of Labor (DLLR) has seen a dramatic increase in fraudulent unemployment insurance benefit claims. Some County Government employees have been impacted by fraudulent unemployment claims filed using the employee’s social security number.
OHRM continually reviews and verifies unemployment claims as they are received from DLLR and notifies impacted employees it becomes aware of through their Agency Human Resource Liaisons. Additional information regarding Unemployment Insurance fraud can be found on the DLLR website.
If you become a victim of identity theft, the Prince George’s County Office of Human Resources Management and the Police Department Financial Crimes Unit recommend taking the following steps:
QUESTIONS?If you have any questions, please contact the Sgt. Andrea Sheehan with the Prince George’s County Police Department’s OIC, Financial Crimes, Cyber Crime, and Pawn Unit via email at email@example.com.
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Annual W-2 forms are available for employees to access by January 31st each year. Employees can elect to receive their annual W-2 forms electronically in their Employee Self Service (ESS) portal. Guidance on how to elect to receive your W-2 form electronically in ESS and access your W-2 in ESS is available online here.
Requests for W-2 forms that cannot be accessed in Employee Self Service must be submitted to the Office of Finance, Payroll Section. Please complete the Payroll Request Form and submit it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 301-952-5329.
Contact the Office of Human Rights at 301-883-6170 in Prince George's County.
Contact the Maryland Commission on Human Relations at 800-637-6247, the Office of Human Rights at 301-883-6170 in Prince George's County, or