Courtney Risk Straw on November 4, 2019
Holidays are tough for many people.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on October 7, 2019
Prepare Now: The Department of Labor Overtime Law is Final
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
Andrea Shindlebower Main on August 7, 2019
Cities can hire qualified retired police officers without having to pay employer retirement contributions or insurance reimbursements.
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?
Andrea Shindlebower Main on July 5, 2019
We all use our phones at work, but cities may find it necessary to establish phone policies.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on June 25, 2019
Exempt v. Nonexempt Employees
Andrea Shindlebower Main on May 21, 2019
Do you know the requirements for retention of documents, recordings, electronic messages, social media and more?
Andrea Shindlebower Main on May 2, 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!
Andrea Shindlebower Main on April 24, 2019
An effective drug and alcohol policy benefits both the city and the employee.
Courtney Risk Straw on April 9, 2019
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.
Courtney Risk Straw on April 3, 2019
Research indicates the sooner an employee returns to the workforce, the more likely the employee will be able to remain in the workforce.
Andrea Shindlebower Main on March 20, 2019
The use of mobile devices in the workplace is more popular than ever before. Cities may find it necessary to enforce proper mobile phone etiquette at work.
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