Megan Griffith on September 1, 2021
With the increased use of cell phones for quick and easy communication, what happens when a public official conducts public business through a private cell phone?
Does My City Have to Provide It?
Terri Johnson on August 17, 2021
From Global to Local, Education is the Key
OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard and Emergency Responders
Terri Johnson on July 28, 2021
Small Spaces Provide Big Appeal
While cell phones have become more popular than ever, their use may have some negative effects in the workplace.
Terri Johnson on July 13, 2021
There are things that people and cities can do to help our bee population.
Kentucky employers should prepare for possible changes to their personnel policies regarding adoption leave to ensure adoptive parents receive their entitled leave.
Do you delegate effectively?
Terri Johnson on July 1, 2021
An overall tourism and economic development strategy can include a beautiful downtown.
Creating a Beautiful Downtown Takes Cooperation, Creativity and Commitment
Terri Johnson on June 3, 2021
How Are You and Your Employees Doing with the Stress of the Last Year?
Morgain Patterson on June 3, 2021
Kentucky cities and counties received over $300 million from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Chris Johnson on April 28, 2021
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.
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.
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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