Respect@Work for Supervisors
This course covers the role supervisors play in building and maintaining a respectful workplace.
Conducting federal, state and local elections and reporting their results. Taking council meeting minutes, requirements for reports on city activities to federal and state agencies, records retention schedules, publishing required notices.
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Prepare for a potential IRS audit or compliance check by learning about common problematic issues for cities.
Find out requirements for publishing meeting and election notices, city financial reports, ordinances, advertisements for bids and more.
Resources to help cities deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Understand which election questions are authorized or required by state law and which are not.
Discusses election procedures, notices, ballot requirements, qualifications and training of election judges, voting and counting procedures.
This service for League Insurance Trust members helps city councils work together, understand roles, be transparent, and avoid conflict.
Provides city officials a reference to some of the more significant dates in their business year.
Defines public records and outlines records management issues including creation, retention, destruction and public inspection rights.
Learn about the duties of various city officials, the requirements for qualifying for office, and the problem of incompatible offices.
Get an overview of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Final Rule and view a video and infographic that provide…