Andrea Shindlebower Main on September 9, 2020
How does the Kentucky Labor Cabinet define employee breaks?
Joseph Coleman on July 18, 2019
Keys to Effective, Efficient City Meetings
Chris Johnson on July 12, 2019
Summer festival season is here. This guide outlines how alcohol may be sold at fairs and festivals.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on July 12, 2019
We all use our phones at work, but cities may find it necessary to establish phone policies.
Chris Johnson on June 22, 2020
State Laws on fireworks have changed in recent years. Are your local ordinances clearly defined?
Andrea Shindlebower Main on June 25, 2019
Exempt v. Nonexempt Employees
Morgain Patterson on June 14, 2019
These boundaries will once again be used to determine city population totals in the 2020 Decennial Census.
Terri Johnson on June 13, 2019
Do you and your employees know the proper way to treat the U.S. flag?
Morgain Patterson on June 7, 2019
Important news regarding hiring for youth camps.
Chris Johnson on May 22, 2019
Step-by-Step: A How to Guide for Cities
Chris Johnson on May 14, 2019
The primary election is on May 21. Here's a reminder on the laws governing the sale of alcohol.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on May 16, 2019
Before hiring teens, be sure to freshen up on child labor laws and requirements. The penalties are steep if you don’t follow them!
An effective drug and alcohol policy benefits both the city and the employee.
Chris Johnson on May 16, 2019
Budget season is almost upon us yet again and important dates and requirements are
In 2017, the Kentucky General Assembly enacted SB 236 to require background checks for youth programs. Many of our cities are impacted by this statute.
Research indicates the sooner an employee returns to the workforce, the more likely the employee will be able to remain in the workforce.
The Kentucky League of Cities serves as the united voice of cities by supporting community innovation, effective leadership and quality governance.