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See recent rulings on EMS and transgender employees. Learn about planning for improvement, citizen feedback and social media, land development and the 2018 OCMA Winter Conference. Be sure to read the spotlights on Sarah Brandes and Thomas Eigel.
The focus of the Next Generation Committee in the last quarter was the OCMA Member Survey and corresponding analysis. Thank you to members who completed the survey.
All indications are that the 2018 OCMA Winter Conference and ICMA Midwest Conference was a success. Thanks to all who attended and supported OCMA in its endeavor to provide its members with excellent professional development and networking opportunities.
Smaller local governments operate with a high degree of informality. But organizations need structure to operate purposefully, with clear lines of management accountability. See how managers can use a business work plan as an agenda for action.
Clermont County Commissioners named a new county administrator on February 21, 2018. Thomas J. Eigel, who had been interim county administrator, wasnamed to the top position.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII) makes it illegal for an employer todiscriminate against someone on “the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex.” How does this affect transgender employees in the 6th Circuit?
Meet Sarah Brandes, an ICMA-OSU Student Chapter member pursuing a degree in public management, leadership and policy.
Recently, the State Employment Relations Board (“SERB”) provided further clarification on the types of job responsibilities that will exempt employees from collective bargaining under Ohio law. Where do EMS captains and lieutenants fall?
Cities are missing out on 87% of their citizen's Feedback on social media and OCMA Sponsor, ZenCity, can tell you why.
One of the largest tracts of land within Hamilton County is in Amberley Village. The parcel is an attractive property and unique opportunity. Read how the Greater Cincinnati Redevelopment Authority has invested in this parcel to restore its vitality.