Audit Outcome Of KEMI Suspects Problems
The governing board of Kentucky Employers’ Mutual Insurance has recommended its chief executive take a pay cut and lose his long-term job contract in favor of year-to-year probation. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the action follows an audit that criticized spending practices at KEMI, including no-bid contracts and University of Kentucky athletics tickets going to top managers for no identifiable business purpose.
Source: MG News
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