AMENDED ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION FILED ON NOVEMBER 15, 2021
Listed below is information regarding a current administrative regulation amendment filed with the Legislative Research Commission on November 15, 2021.
101 KAR 101.1325 – Probationary periods. The Personnel Board is authorized and required to promulgate comprehensive administrative regulations for the classified service governing probation. This administrative regulation establishes the initial probationary period in excess of six (6) months for specific job classifications.
This amendment is removing the twelve (12) month probationary period for job classifications, Revenue Field Auditor I and Revenue Auditor I. These job classifications will now require only the initial six (6) month probationary period.
A public hearing is scheduled to be held on January 28, 2022, at 9:30 a.m. at 1025 Capital Center Drive, Suite 105, Frankfort, Kentucky. This hearing is open to the public. In lieu of appearing at the hearing, written comments may be submitted. Comments shall be accepted through the end of the day, January 31, 2022. Written notification of intent to appear at the hearing OR written comments must be submitted to the Personnel Board at the addresses listed above or email Stafford Easterling, General Counsel, at firstname.lastname@example.org
This amended regulation as filed with the LRC Commission may be reviewed on their website: https://legislature.ky.gov
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