Update – Nevada Posting Requirements And Regulations

Volume: 20 | Issue: 53
August 18, 2021

Now that Nevada’s 81st Legislative Session has ended, employers have new or revised labor and employment laws to address. Several of the bills passed by the Legislature this summer require employers to post new notices for their employees and applicants to view. The Nevada Labor Commissioner has prepared the following new notices which are available to employers:

  • The posting required by AB 190, Nevada’s new caregiver sick leave law which becomes effective October 1, 2021;
  • The posting required by AB 307 regarding certain Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR) programs which becomes effective October 1, 2021; and
  • The posting required by SB 209 regarding an amendment to Nevada’s paid leave law and the new paid COVID-19 vaccine leave requirement which are already in effect.

The Labor Commissioner has also updated the “Rules To Be Observed By Employers” posting, which summarizes Nevada’s wage and hour laws, to reflect Nevada’s new laws; employers should update this posting.

For public accommodation facilities in Clark and Washoe counties, SB 386 changed the COVID-19 requirements previously imposed by the Legislature during the 2020 Special Session via SB 4. The regulations memorializing these changes have now been released by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.

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