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Robinson announced that the agency is breaking up with Bank of America and will cease using the company’s credit-debit cards to distribute the state’s unemployment benefits to eligible claimants. The Labor Department swiped right, updating its profile to “In a relationship with Wells Fargo,” the 169-year-old multinational financial services company. Oh, The Wells Fargo Wagon is a-comin’, and it brings with it direct deposit. First, the good news (as good it can be): Beginning in April, benefit payments will be directly deposited into the eligible claimant’s bank accounts. Now for the terrible news: Out-of-work Marylanders eligible to receive unemployment benefits, some of whom have been waiting several months for human contact with Maryland’s Labor Department, still anxiously await approval of their benefits. As of June 6, 2021, unemployed Marylanders still wait for their benefits to be paid in some form or another. Hundreds of unemployed Marylanders are taking to social media to express their frustrations over navigating the Department of Labor’s new online unemployment portal, Beacon 2.0. Others have tagged the Labor Department’s Twitter account or replied to the department’s tweets, demanding answers about why they cannot speak with a live agent on the phone and why their emails have gone unanswered. And some say they received notices of overpayments of benefits and incorrect tax statements. Some of the claimants shared that they’ve been waiting months for their unemployment benefits. Need to know what taking so long with these benefits. I have kids to support and I’m on the verge of losing everything because of this! — Pat Connell Baker (@addyson1108) February 11, 2021 It’s sickening that people with active UI accounts have been waiting for weeks or months to get a check. Money was provide from the governor to hire more employees for what? My fiancé has gotten nothing in two months except, “we’re working on it”… — MJ Lester (@madisonjaneles1) February 5, 2021 What can I do if benefits were applied for in my name??? — Natasha (@Nana Rivera153) February 2, 2021 I have been waiting since 12/16/2020 and they still ask me for more documents, it is not enough for them with my Driver license and my SS, I have sent them everything and more. I’ve finally recv’d $$ that were due to me for the last 10weeks then yesterday they say I’ve been overpaid!!! Non fraudulent but the right had don’t know what the left is doing! I’ve lost my SSI because of this & that’s all I have. I sent a message on this page and nobody answers, three days ago what a way to play on people’s nerves — Maca (@vikina) February 19, 2021 1/4— SERIOUS QUESTION: what are MD residents supposed to do? I’m permanently physically disabled & need the SSI to live on. I can’t get through on the phone & have email & filled out the fraud form — *Jenny* (@Ms Jenny Sharie83) February 1, 2021 Hello I’m having trouble with my unemployment. I have called EVERY SINGLE WEEK DAY SINCE 12/22, emailed, created a case w/ corresponding case #, & STILL NO CONTACT with ANYONE. I’ve tried to call almost a hundred times still to no avail. — Kelly Hall (@kellyhall314) February 1, 2021 No one’s helping me, either. If possible could you please help me resolve this issue or point me to somebody who can? Still can’t get thru Beacon reopening claim unless I update irrelevant employer info from yrs ago. Thank you, — Reama (@junewill123) February 3, 2021 Is anyone at @MD_Labor working? I don’t even know the info anymore (the biz closed ages ago). Have been trying to help our employees with claims for a month. Thanks to Beacon, no unemployment benefit for me even though I’m 100% eligible. — Ipsuel_2.0 (@Ipsuel) January 29, 2021 Labor Department Secretary Tiffany Robinson has remained out of the spotlight, though in February 2021, she told WMAR-2 News reporter Mallory Sofastaii, “In a matter of 60 days, they’ve already resolved about 14,000 claims that’s an extreme benefit to our customer base and our pending backlog,” Many claimants say they cannot reach a live agent over the phone. The agency’s system, claimants lament, instructs callers to dial a separate phone number. As a result, claimants say they hang up and dial a separate number – but only to be greeted by another round-robin scenario, which tells them to call back later. Robinson said the claimants are welcome to call the Department of Labor’s unemployment insurance division if they so desire. “I know some people still have a hard time getting through, but there’s the option for the callback if they’re early enough in the queue to get that option.” But claimants say they aren’t receiving callbacks. Again, unemployed Marylanders have taken to Twitter to gripe about the Labor Department’s failure to return their calls. They say the agency’s phone system sends them into an endless loop. Larry Hogan (R) maintained a high profile during the COIVD-19 pandemic, holding weekly (and sometimes daily) press conferences and appearing almost weekly on national television, plugging Maryland’s assertive response to containing a virus that has killed over a half-million Americans since March 2020. Hogan and Robinson surely have read the social media backlash. What are they doing to address Maryland’s unemployment payments still on hold? Plus, they say the agency doesn’t respond to email inquires. Surprisingly, Hogan (and, for that matter, Robinson, the agency head) has said little about the Labor Department‘s massive unemployment backlog. You can watch below Sofastaii’s 18-minute interview with Maryland Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson. There may be some good news on the horizon for the unemployed, however. In February, the Maryland Board of Public Works approved two new contracts – totaling 0.2 million, fully financed by the federal government – to increase staffing at the Labor Department’s unemployment division, erasing the massive backlog of outstanding unemployment claims. In addition, the Board approved a S.6 million contract that hires a Virginia-based IT company to support the state’s unemployment system and update its technology between the old unemployment infrastructure and Beacon 2.0, which was launched last September and needs some tweaking. Maryland’s Labor Department already spent 2 million to update the state’s antiquated claims system. Moreover, under Robinson, the Labor Department paid 2 million to increase its staffing to answer the nearly 21,000 incoming calls (on average) it receives daily. The agency also entered into a million contract to address the backlog of unemployment claims; a S.5 million contract was also awarded to a company to handle the agency’s overpayments. Several Maryland state lawmakers say their offices are fielding multiple calls a day from frantic constituents demanding answers about why their benefits are still pending and when they’ll be distributed. Earlier in February, Maryland’s legislative leaders rolled out a series of policy reforms intended to revamp the state’s unemployment system. The short and long-term reforms could bolster the agency’s customer service, improve its agents’ response times and ensure the agency is ready to meet its future challenges. Hogan’s office told WBAL-TV that the state legislature broke the unemployment system “years ago when they wrote the problem into state law,” which, the administration claims, “leaves claimants vulnerable to being stuck in a complicated adjudication process.” Going further, the governor’s office said, “the legislation falls so far short of what people need right now.” “It does not address the root problem of having a system that operates completely differently in resolving cases from 46 other states. That may be how legislators want it, but they are needlessly keeping far too many people trapped in limbo.” As a point of clarification: The state’s executive branch – Governor Hogan – runs the Department of Labor; the legislature is responsible for providing oversight. Check A Miner Detail today and every day for Maryland unemployment news. Ryan Miner is the Editor of A Miner Detail, a leading Maryland politics blog, and multimedia news hub. In addition, he is the host of A Miner Detail Podcast. Listen to A Miner Detail Podcast using Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, i Heart Radio, and Tune In. A Miner Detail Podcast is hosted by lifelong Marylander Ryan Miner, featuring interesting Marylanders with unique stories. Plus, a breakdown of the latest Maryland news and a little politics sprinkled in on the side. Frederick County resident Shaun Porter joined A Miner Detail Podcast host Ryan Miner and A Miner Detail Deputy Editor Eric Beasley on Sunday, March 21, 2021. Porter is known for traveling around Maryland and standing alongside busy roads and intersections with a giant sign targeting Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Frederick County Executive Jan Gardner. Porter joined A Miner Detail Podcast to explain why he’s holding the sign and some of the trouble he’s run into while protesting Maryland’s COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. MORE ABOUT A MINER DETAIL Ryan Miner is the Editor, Founder and Publisher of A Miner Detail, a leading Maryland politics blog featuring Maryland political news, political commentary and opinion. Robinson announced that the agency is breaking up with Bank of America and will cease using the company’s credit-debit cards to distribute the state’s unemployment benefits to eligible claimants. The Labor Department swiped right, updating its profile to “In a relationship with Wells Fargo,” the 169-year-old multinational financial services company. Oh, The Wells Fargo Wagon is a-comin’, and it brings with it direct deposit. First, the good news (as good it can be): Beginning in April, benefit payments will be directly deposited into the eligible claimant’s bank accounts. Now for the terrible news: Out-of-work Marylanders eligible to receive unemployment benefits, some of whom have been waiting several months for human contact with Maryland’s Labor Department, still anxiously await approval of their benefits. As of June 6, 2021, unemployed Marylanders still wait for their benefits to be paid in some form or another. Hundreds of unemployed Marylanders are taking to social media to express their frustrations over navigating the Department of Labor’s new online unemployment portal, Beacon 2.0. Others have tagged the Labor Department’s Twitter account or replied to the department’s tweets, demanding answers about why they cannot speak with a live agent on the phone and why their emails have gone unanswered. And some say they received notices of overpayments of benefits and incorrect tax statements. Some of the claimants shared that they’ve been waiting months for their unemployment benefits. Need to know what taking so long with these benefits. I have kids to support and I’m on the verge of losing everything because of this! — Pat Connell Baker (@addyson1108) February 11, 2021 It’s sickening that people with active UI accounts have been waiting for weeks or months to get a check. Money was provide from the governor to hire more employees for what? My fiancé has gotten nothing in two months except, “we’re working on it”… — MJ Lester (@madisonjaneles1) February 5, 2021 What can I do if benefits were applied for in my name??? — Natasha (@Nana Rivera153) February 2, 2021 I have been waiting since 12/16/2020 and they still ask me for more documents, it is not enough for them with my Driver license and my SS, I have sent them everything and more. I’ve finally recv’d $$ that were due to me for the last 10weeks then yesterday they say I’ve been overpaid!!! Non fraudulent but the right had don’t know what the left is doing! I’ve lost my SSI because of this & that’s all I have. I sent a message on this page and nobody answers, three days ago what a way to play on people’s nerves — Maca (@vikina) February 19, 2021 1/4— SERIOUS QUESTION: what are MD residents supposed to do? I’m permanently physically disabled & need the SSI to live on. I can’t get through on the phone & have email & filled out the fraud form — *Jenny* (@Ms Jenny Sharie83) February 1, 2021 Hello I’m having trouble with my unemployment. I have called EVERY SINGLE WEEK DAY SINCE 12/22, emailed, created a case w/ corresponding case #, & STILL NO CONTACT with ANYONE. I’ve tried to call almost a hundred times still to no avail. — Kelly Hall (@kellyhall314) February 1, 2021 No one’s helping me, either. If possible could you please help me resolve this issue or point me to somebody who can? Still can’t get thru Beacon reopening claim unless I update irrelevant employer info from yrs ago. Thank you, — Reama (@junewill123) February 3, 2021 Is anyone at @MD_Labor working? I don’t even know the info anymore (the biz closed ages ago). Have been trying to help our employees with claims for a month. Thanks to Beacon, no unemployment benefit for me even though I’m 100% eligible. — Ipsuel_2.0 (@Ipsuel) January 29, 2021 Labor Department Secretary Tiffany Robinson has remained out of the spotlight, though in February 2021, she told WMAR-2 News reporter Mallory Sofastaii, “In a matter of 60 days, they’ve already resolved about 14,000 claims that’s an extreme benefit to our customer base and our pending backlog,” Many claimants say they cannot reach a live agent over the phone. The agency’s system, claimants lament, instructs callers to dial a separate phone number. As a result, claimants say they hang up and dial a separate number – but only to be greeted by another round-robin scenario, which tells them to call back later. Robinson said the claimants are welcome to call the Department of Labor’s unemployment insurance division if they so desire. “I know some people still have a hard time getting through, but there’s the option for the callback if they’re early enough in the queue to get that option.” But claimants say they aren’t receiving callbacks. Again, unemployed Marylanders have taken to Twitter to gripe about the Labor Department’s failure to return their calls. They say the agency’s phone system sends them into an endless loop. Larry Hogan (R) maintained a high profile during the COIVD-19 pandemic, holding weekly (and sometimes daily) press conferences and appearing almost weekly on national television, plugging Maryland’s assertive response to containing a virus that has killed over a half-million Americans since March 2020. Hogan and Robinson surely have read the social media backlash. What are they doing to address Maryland’s unemployment payments still on hold? Plus, they say the agency doesn’t respond to email inquires. Surprisingly, Hogan (and, for that matter, Robinson, the agency head) has said little about the Labor Department‘s massive unemployment backlog. You can watch below Sofastaii’s 18-minute interview with Maryland Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson. There may be some good news on the horizon for the unemployed, however. In February, the Maryland Board of Public Works approved two new contracts – totaling 0.2 million, fully financed by the federal government – to increase staffing at the Labor Department’s unemployment division, erasing the massive backlog of outstanding unemployment claims. In addition, the Board approved a S.6 million contract that hires a Virginia-based IT company to support the state’s unemployment system and update its technology between the old unemployment infrastructure and Beacon 2.0, which was launched last September and needs some tweaking. Maryland’s Labor Department already spent 2 million to update the state’s antiquated claims system. Moreover, under Robinson, the Labor Department paid 2 million to increase its staffing to answer the nearly 21,000 incoming calls (on average) it receives daily. The agency also entered into a million contract to address the backlog of unemployment claims; a S.5 million contract was also awarded to a company to handle the agency’s overpayments. Several Maryland state lawmakers say their offices are fielding multiple calls a day from frantic constituents demanding answers about why their benefits are still pending and when they’ll be distributed. Earlier in February, Maryland’s legislative leaders rolled out a series of policy reforms intended to revamp the state’s unemployment system. The short and long-term reforms could bolster the agency’s customer service, improve its agents’ response times and ensure the agency is ready to meet its future challenges. Hogan’s office told WBAL-TV that the state legislature broke the unemployment system “years ago when they wrote the problem into state law,” which, the administration claims, “leaves claimants vulnerable to being stuck in a complicated adjudication process.” Going further, the governor’s office said, “the legislation falls so far short of what people need right now.” “It does not address the root problem of having a system that operates completely differently in resolving cases from 46 other states. That may be how legislators want it, but they are needlessly keeping far too many people trapped in limbo.” As a point of clarification: The state’s executive branch – Governor Hogan – runs the Department of Labor; the legislature is responsible for providing oversight. Check A Miner Detail today and every day for Maryland unemployment news. Ryan Miner is the Editor of A Miner Detail, a leading Maryland politics blog, and multimedia news hub. In addition, he is the host of A Miner Detail Podcast. Listen to A Miner Detail Podcast using Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, i Heart Radio, and Tune In. A Miner Detail Podcast is hosted by lifelong Marylander Ryan Miner, featuring interesting Marylanders with unique stories. Plus, a breakdown of the latest Maryland news and a little politics sprinkled in on the side. Frederick County resident Shaun Porter joined A Miner Detail Podcast host Ryan Miner and A Miner Detail Deputy Editor Eric Beasley on Sunday, March 21, 2021. Porter is known for traveling around Maryland and standing alongside busy roads and intersections with a giant sign targeting Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Frederick County Executive Jan Gardner. Porter joined A Miner Detail Podcast to explain why he’s holding the sign and some of the trouble he’s run into while protesting Maryland’s COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. MORE ABOUT A MINER DETAIL Ryan Miner is the Editor, Founder and Publisher of A Miner Detail, a leading Maryland politics blog featuring Maryland political news, political commentary and opinion.

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