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Social Security whistleblower says continued telework creating major problems

Kelly Laco, writing in The Daily Mail, says an organizational payee worker in Sioux City, IA disclosed that the local Social Security field office has been ignoring outreach entirely since December. “I’m at a loss of what to do to get things moving in the right direction,” the exacerbated whistleblower writes in an email to the SSA office’s assistant district manager. The whistleblower’s biggest concern is how limited in-person interaction is “hampering productivity.” Remote employees “are often unreachable and do not respond to simple email questions for hours.” Member of Iowa’s congressional delegation are now getting involved. Full article here.

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