Kentucky Employment and Labor Law Updates 2022


December

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


November

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


October

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


September

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


August

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


July

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


June

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


May

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


April

State Police

Bill

Senate Bill 209

Summary

Requires the Kentucky State Police to promulgate administrative regulations to establish vacation and sick leave and holiday pay for Trooper R and commercial vehicle enforcement R Class employees.

Enacted

04/08/2022

Effective Date

07/14/2022

Topics

Industry: Public_employer


March

Military Leave

Bill

House Bill 345

Summary

Allows specified military members who are state employees leave of absence up to six months without penalty if they are physically disabled as a result of performing active or inactive duty training or entitled to incapacitation pay.

Enacted

03/29/2022

Effective Date

07/14/2022

Topics

Industry: Public_employer


February

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


January

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.

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