Employer Liability: Nevada
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: Dora V. Lane and Bradley T. Cave of Holland & Hart LLP
- Nevada prohibits employers or unions from making false statements or pretenses relating to employment or strikes. See False Statements Relating to Employment or Strikes.
- Nevada prohibits interference with an employee's right to join a union or refuse to join a union, and imposes penalties on employers who do so. See Agreements Interfering with Right to Join or Refuse to Join A Union.
- Employers who interfere with an employee's or labor organization's right to be represented by a representative or a person of their choice, or who attempt to bribe a labor organization, are guilty of misdemeanor offenses. See Interference with or Bribery of a Labor Representative.
- Nevada law prohibits certain actions during and after an arbitration process under state law. See Actions During Arbitration.
- Nevada employers may face criminal liability for failing to make a required payment to a health or welfare plan. See Failure to Make Agreed Pyaments to Health or Welfare Plan.