Friday, April 17, 2020

Kansas Unemployment System Breaks Down Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

To be fair, the wait times are getting better but the reality is that officials simply don't have the tech and resources required to answer this historic challenge:

KS Dept. of Labor employees taking 5,000 calls each per day on 'antiquated system'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly said her state's Department of Labor was working to improve its systems before the COVID-19 pandemic put those plans on hold. As thousands of Kansans file for unemployment, the KDOL's phone lines have been clogged and its website down periodically .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

President Trump signed our stimulus checks and direct deposited them in our accout.

Governor Granny spending too much time closing churches and arresting Christians on Easter Sunday instead of she could have organized her staff to get us our checks.

She's an incompetent atheist.

Our employers and employees paid unemployment taxes for decades.

If you can pay Bill Self $5 million a year you should be able to pay us our unemployment checks we deserve.

Anonymous said...

She hasn't a clue on any subject. The people of Kansas voted to feel a position with a person that fits a minority slot. Nothing more than that.

Anonymous said...

How does a direct deposit get signed?

Lying dipshit.