Bobbie Bryant on October 18, 2019
Attention to detail when completing applications makes a big difference.
Chris Johnson on October 10, 2019
The first in a series of articles on changes made to the alcohol regulatory fee statute.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on October 7, 2019
Prepare Now: The Department of Labor Overtime Law is Final
Joseph Coleman on October 1, 2019
Some simple rules can keep city meetings drama-free.
Chris Johnson on September 20, 2019
A step-by-step guide to handle vacancies and appointments.
Bobbie Bryant on September 11, 2019
Has your city created a strategic plan? Dust it off and take a look.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on September 6, 2019
The statistics regarding workplace violence continue to rise.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on August 28, 2019
However, until further notice employers should continue to use the existing Form I-9 for employment eligibility verification.
Courtney Risk Straw on August 28, 2019
Preparation and Patience: Department of Labor Overtime Law on the Horizon but Not Final
Morgain Patterson on August 23, 2019
Understanding the penalties a city could face for the failure to submit these statements.
Courtney Risk Straw on August 21, 2019
Proper steps to assist a coworker who's struggling.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on August 7, 2019
Cities can hire qualified retired police officers without having to pay employer retirement contributions or insurance reimbursements.
Steven Pickarski on August 1, 2019
How will your city be able to afford all the costs associated with the necessary projects and still maintain all services?
Bobbie Bryant on August 1, 2019
A few tips and reminders to help you better manage emails.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on July 18, 2019
Cities must comply with the updated statute. Access the new poster.
How does the Kentucky Labor Cabinet define employee breaks?
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