by Stephanie Crosby State workers will be furloughed a total of six days in the upcoming fiscal year, according to a proposal released today by the Personnel Cabinet. The budget approved by the General Assembly requires $131-million in expenditure reductions this fiscal year and $169-million dollars the year after that. Some of that savings will… Continue reading State Workers to be Furloughed Six Days
An Elkhart, Indiana company has announced it will move its North and South American headquarters to Louisville, creating nearly 100 new jobs. Dometic Corporation makes refrigeration units, climate control systems and other products for the RV, maritime and medical industries. Company President Doug Whyte (pictured) says Dometic has outgrown its current home. “Because we’re more… Continue reading Dometic Corporation Moving HQ To Louisville
From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh It’s D-Day for state agencies in Kentucky, which must report how they intend to reduce their budgets by four-percent. Proposed cuts could affect the Department of Veterans Affairs. Veterans Affairs Director Les Beavers sees no way to reduce his agency’s budget by four-percent without furloughs or layoffs. And he… Continue reading Deadline for Kentucky Agencies to Submit Budget Cuts is Today
Kentucky Economic Development Secretary John Hindman has resigned to return to the private sector.