All employers (50 employees or more) in private employment must post the bulletin in a conspicuous location.
All employers must post the notice provided by the Nevada Labor Commissioner regarding employees' use of leave as a victim of domestic violence, in a conspicuous location.
Each employer shall post and maintain this notice in a conspicuous location at the place of employment where notices to employees and applicants for employment are customarily posted and read.
All employers must post the notice prepared by the Nevada Labor Commissioner regarding the ability for employees to use paid leave for the purpose of the employee receiving a vaccination for COVID-19.
EVERY EMPLOYER SHALL POST AND KEEP POSTED IN A VISIBLE AND OPEN AREA FOR EMPLOYEES ON THE EMPLOYER’S PREMISES/PROPERTY THESE RULES TO BE OBSERVED BY NEVADA EMPLOYERS SUMMARIZING NEVADA WAGE AND HOUR LAWS
The notices listed by the Nevada Labor Commissioner are Required to be Posted in Each Place of Business with Employees.
*Added during the 81st Legislative Session* Each employer in private employment must post and maintain each informative notice from the Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR) in a conspicuous location at the place of employment, where notices are customarily posted and read by employees and applicants for employment. These informative notices will be prepared by DETR and made available to employers by the Nevada Labor Commissioner. These notices will include information including but not limited to the Career Enhancement Program and Nevada JobConnect.
A provider or facility must disclose to any participant, beneficiary, or enrollee in a group health plan or group or individual health insurance coverage to whom the provider or facility furnishes items and services information regarding federal and state (if applicable) balance billing protections and how to report violations. Providers or facilities must post this information prominently at the location of the facility, post it on a public website (if applicable) and provide it to the participant, beneficiary or enrollee in a timeframe and manner outlined in regulation.
Each private employer that provides employees with paid or unpaid sick leave must post a bulletin from the Nevada Labor Commissioner in a conspicuous location within the workplace that explains the provisions of AB190 regarding allowable uses of that sick leave.