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Cell Phones in the Workplace

While cell phones have become more popular than ever, their use may have some negative effects in the workplace.

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Member Relations

The Buzz on Bees

There are things that people and cities can do to help our bee population.

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HR

Changes to Adoption Leave Law

Kentucky employers should prepare for possible changes to their personnel policies regarding adoption leave to ensure adoptive parents receive their entitled leave.

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HR

Get Required Workplace Posters at No Charge

Kentucky statutes and federal regulations require that certain posters or notices be posted in a conspicuous area in the workplace.

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Member Relations

Downtown: Part 2 – Downtown as an Attraction

An overall tourism and economic development strategy can include a beautiful downtown.

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Member Relations

Downtown: Part I - A Plan for Curb Appeal

Creating a Beautiful Downtown Takes Cooperation, Creativity and Commitment

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Member Relations

Stress Check

How Are You and Your Employees Doing with the Stress of the Last Year?

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Legal

Single Audit Requirement and CARES Act Funding

Kentucky cities and counties received over $300 million from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

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Legal

Budget Deadline Reminders

Budget season is upon us yet again and KLC Legal would like to take the opportunity to remind you of some important dates and requirements.

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HR

COVID-19 Tax Credits May Be Available

The IRS updated its guidance last week, which indicates that many state and local governmental bodies such as municipalities, may now be eligible to claim a tax credit.

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HR

How to Identify Workplace Violence Before It Turns Deadly

Unfortunately, the statistics regarding workplace violence continue to rise. Employers must take steps now to prevent such tragic situations from occurring.

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Legal

Mask-Wearing of Vaccinated Employees in the Workplace

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its public health recommendations for those who have been fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus.

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HR

Open Meetings and Personnel Issues

The Open Meetings Act requires meetings of public agencies, including a city’s legislative body, to be open to the public.

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Member Relations

The Trouble with Trash

Buds are blooming, grass is greening … and trash is blowing. No city official likes to see litter in his or her city.

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HR

Spring Forward … Straight time or Overtime?

That can be the question when clocks are set forward one hour on March 14

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