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Employee News

February 27, 2024

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W-2 Forms Now Available Online

Electronic 2022 W-2 Forms are now available online on MyUW at Employees will receive a paper copy of the W-2 Form via U.S. mail postmarked by January 31, 2023. Paper copies are mailed to all employees except those who chose electronic-only delivery of their W-2 Form by January 12, 2023. Employees should use their W-2 Form, not their final 2022 earnings statement, to file their tax returns. Some employees will receive additional tax forms from UW System. These additional forms are not applicable to all employees. Employees may want to file their return as soon as all tax forms are received to minimize the chance of a fraudulent return being processed using their Social Security number or Individual Taxpayer Identification number. More information about keeping your identify safe is available on the IRS website.
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New Professional Development Offerings

The Office of Strategic Consulting is offering two professional development series in spring 2023. Ignite: Fueling Organizational Excellence and In Scope: Managing Projects at UW–Madison both have sessions scheduled beginning in February. The series are designed to promote and support efforts to improve organizational effectiveness at UW–Madison. Experts in organizational excellence and project management and delivery will facilitate focused peer-to-peer conversations and present tools and resources. Most sessions will be offered online. There are no fees to participate; registration is required.
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Informational Sessions on Becoming a Volunteer Tutor

The Volunteer Tutoring Program matches tutors with UW–Madison employees who have individual learning goals such as practicing English conversation, improving reading and writing skills, understanding culture, or learning basic computer skills. Participating learners are UW–Madison employees and J-1 visiting scholars. Tutors can be UW employees, students, or community members, and they receive training in the skills they need. Cultural Linguistic Services is offering free online informational sessions about becoming a volunteer tutor via Zoom on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2:30‒3:30 p.m. and Thursday, Feb, 16, 10‒11 a.m. Advance registration is not required.
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Resources for Caregivers of Children

The UW‒Madison Division of Extension offers parenting programs that are free, virtual, and open to the public. Online parenting classes are offered every Thursday at 7 p.m. All programs are research-informed or evidence-based. To learn more and find other resources, visit
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