Mandating a full, public release will give those on all sides of education issues in the state a fair shot to let their voice be heard.
@rep89 @GovEvers To be fair, he called them once to try to get to the bottom of it, but he got a busy signal.
Further proof that @GovEvers should have listened to suggestions to extend call center hours and utilize the national guard. Instead he referred to suggestions as a “political stunt.” Did he know the call center was this bad while refusing to listen to suggestions? https://twitter.com/mollybeck/status/1309495911412719616
BREAKING: New state audit shows 93% of the 41.1 million calls to DWD unemployment call centers between March and June were blocked, or received busy signals.
Not even 1% of the calls were answered.
6.2% of calls were abandoned by callers.
Everyone should cut Governor Evers some slack. This Spring he tried to get to the bottom of the DWD/Unemployment call center scandal. But every time he call the department, he got a busy signal. #buckstopswhere