WILL CITY HALL HUMAN RESOURCES CHANGES PREVENT THE NEXT BIG MONEY KANSAS CITY DISCRIMINATION LAWSUIT?!?!
Today's tacit admission from 12th & Oak as a constant stream of losing legal trouble confronts this town and taxpayers . . .
"The department agrees. Human Resources has made changes to ensure clarity on how conclusions are reached through the objective review of decisions," explained Gary O'Bannon, HR director for Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Human Resources director for Kansas City said he knew there were issues in the department. This is in response to an audit by the city that showed the Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Office needs to improve process of documenting complaints, do a better job of communicating with those who filed grievances and keep more accurate and complete data.