For most state unemployment insurance agencies, the process of rooting out employer-based fraud is still a manual one. That's a clear factor in its lack of effectiveness, according to government respondents to a recent survey.
In fact, 62 percent of UI agencies characterized their process as either "primarily manual" or "entirely manual," and these agencies were twice as likely to view their manual processes as "not effective," compared with those using software-driven processes.
For survey highlights, download the infographic and find out:
- Which are the most challenging UI fraud schemes, according to state agencies?
- To what extent does software improve fraud detection process effectiveness?
- What's the impact of software on the number of investigations agencies can handle?
- How much does a software-driven process help close data gaps?