How does the Kentucky Labor Cabinet define employee breaks?
Prepare Now: The Department of Labor Overtime Law is Final
Layoffs are always a difficult decision for a city to have to make but can become necessary.
The arrival of daylight-saving time requires clocks to be moved forward one hour at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 10 means changes to work hour calculations for some employees.
Cities can hire qualified retired police officers without having to pay employer retirement contributions or insurance reimbursements.
Preparation and Patience: Department of Labor Overtime Law on the Horizon but Not Final
As with everything else right now, changes to requirements tend to happen very quickly and without much notice.
Employers should check back often for additional changes.
Every 12 minutes someone dies in a motor vehicle crash, every 10 seconds an injury occurs and every 5 seconds a crash occurs.
What does your dress code policy say about flip-flops?
First Steps to Success: New Mayor and Commissioner Orientation
KLC has a Top 10 list of actions to keep your city's human resources policies in top notch shape.
Research indicates the sooner an employee returns to the workforce, the more likely the employee will be able to remain in the workforce.
All employers, and public employers specifically, have additional legal considerations when it comes to preparing for the holidays.
Improving Hiring Practices in 2020: Applications are not one-size-fits-all
The COVID-19 pandemic presents many challenges for cities. Many decisions need to be made in light of the city’s needs and revenue in the near future.