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Nevada HR and Employment Law

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  • Access To Personnel Files Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers seeking to inform employees about their rights with regard to accessing personnel files and the rules and correct procedures for doing so should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Meal and Rest Breaks Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers seeking to encourage and demonstrate compliance with the state's meal and rest break requirements should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Overtime Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers seeking to educate employees, including supervisors, about entitlements to overtime pay under Nevada law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • School-Related Activities Leave Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers with 50 or more employees that seek to educate employees, including supervisors, about the availability of school-related activities leave and to demonstrate their compliance with Nevada law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • School Conferences or Emergencies Leave Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers seeking to educate employees, including supervisors, about job protection for employees who must leave or be absent from work to attend a school conference requested by an administrator of their child's school or for an emergency regarding their child should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Legislative Leave Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers with 50 or more employees that seek to educate employees, including supervisors, about the availability of leave to serve in the Nevada State Legislature and to show their compliance with Nevada law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Volunteer Search and Rescue, Sheriff's Department Reserves and Civil Air Patrol Leave Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers seeking to educate employees about the availability of time off for members of volunteer search and rescue, reserve units of the sheriff's department or Civil Air Patrol, and to demonstrate compliance with Nevada law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Emergency Responder Leave Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers seeking to educate employees about the availability of time off for volunteer firefighters and ambulance drivers or attendants and to demonstrate compliance with Nevada law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Smoke-Free Workplace Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers with indoor workplace areas should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Cell Phone Use/Texting While Driving Handbook Statement: Nevada

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Nevada employers seeking to show their compliance with Nevada's prohibition against using a handheld cellular phone while driving, to promote driving safety and to limit liability from accidents involving employees who are driving and using electronic devices for work-related purposes or while driving a company-owned vehicle should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

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