Andrea Shindlebower Main on October 24, 2022
Employers Should Prepare for Possible Overtime
Terri Johnson on October 21, 2022
The issue of homelessness is becoming more visible with unhoused/unsheltered individuals on the streets, but other aspects of the housing crisis are often hidden.
Every position in your city should have a job description that establishes the main points and essential qualifications.
Megan Griffith on September 9, 2022
September is National Preparedness Month, and KLC wants to remind our members of the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on September 1, 2022
Even though there are no state or federal requirements for job descriptions, employers can avoid many legal issues if postings are current and properly drafted.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on August 1, 2022
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) updated its COVID-19 guidance on July 12, 2022, coinciding with the resurgence in COVID-19 cases.
Megan Griffith on June 29, 2022
The Open Meetings Act establishes a right of access to public meetings.
Michael Simon on June 9, 2022
The Family and Medical Leave Act obligates all public entities, including cities, to provide FMLA. However, not every city will have eligible employees.
Terri Johnson on May 25, 2022
Funding is Available for All Kinds of City Projects
Terri Johnson on May 3, 2022
Cities Can Save through the Cabinet of Finance and Administration
Terri Johnson on April 11, 2022
"Urban forestry” sounds like a contradiction in terms. How can a place be a green space and an urban space at the same time?
Sarah Stoll on March 29, 2022
How important is it to know your audience and to be able to read the room?
Chris Johnson on April 18, 2022
Since February 7, 2022, cities have had and will continue to have a far more difficult time securing licensing for entry-level CDL drivers.
Terri Johnson on March 17, 2022
KLC has Several Services Focused on Workforce and Hiring
Chris Johnson on March 7, 2022
KRS 83A.070(1) requires that a city’s legislative body set the compensation of elected city officers by ordinance by the first Monday of May in the year.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on March 4, 2022
The arrival of daylight-saving time requires clocks to be moved forward one hour at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 13.
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