Audit shows ‘areas of concern’ for fiscal court

Members of the McCracken County Fiscal Court reviewed the results and findings from two reviews Monday night.  

One review could provide potential money saving ideas. The other review might help to improve procedures and policies already in place. 

Judge Executive Bob Leeper told Local 6 that, since he took office, different questions kept coming up, and the policy handbook didn’t offer any clarification. That’s why he and the fiscal court hired Capstone HR Services, Inc. to review their policies. The review found that the 13 county departments all implement and interpret the policies differently. The wording is vague. 

There were five items noted as areas of concern. Those include: compensatory time eligibility, inclement weather, Family and Medical Leave Act, job descriptions, and performance evaluations.  For the full review, click here. 

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