Missouri News: Labor and Industrial Relations Commission Drastically Reduces Unemployment Case Resolution Times



JEFFERSON CITY, MO (STL.News) – The Labor and Industrial Relations Commission (LIRC) has drastically reduced the average time it takes to resolve unemployment appeals from employers and workers.  Ninety-five percent of cases are now completed within 40 days of reaching the Commission.

On December 31, 2017, the LIRC had 606 cases with an average age of 103 days.  To combat the length of these cases, the LIRC reviewed its processes, pinpointed problem areas, and created solutions to streamline the resolution time of unemployment dispute cases. 

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