Posts by naeadmin

Nevada’s Cannabis Industry to Gain Access to Banking?

Nevada cannabis laws have made recreational marijuana use legal for years now. However, since cannabis is still considered illegal at a federal level, federal laws prohibit cannabis related business from having access to financial institutions such as banks. Businesses are forced to work on a cash basis, putting both customers and employees at an increased […]

TALKS CONTINUE REGARDING INCREASING NEVADA MINIMUM WAGE

We previously covered the Office of the Labor Commissioner’s bulletins for Nevada’s 2019 minimum wage and overtime rates. In that article we recapped that minimum wage remains unchanged for 2019, but that Assembly Bill 456 shoots to increase our minimum wage to $12.00 per hour when no qualifying health benefits are offered by the employer. […]

Are Apprenticeship Programs Worth It?

The Nevada Association of Employers helps Nevada businesses navigate HR services and employment-related questions. Our HR professionals can help you optimize your business’s recruitment, selection and retention of employees. There are many types of workers you might want to hire for your business including contractors, consultants, employees, interns and apprentices. In this article we talk […]

HR Compliance Is Easier Than You Think

The Nevada Association of Employers (NAE) has been an invaluable resource for Nevada employers since 1938. Our staff of HR professionals is equipped with the knowledge and experience to assist employers in navigating the often-complex world of employment-related statutes and regulations.  Our team offers time-tested services and support for our members. In this article we discuss […]

IS FORCED ARBITRATION RIGHT FOR MY BUSINESS?

We at the Nevada Association of Employers have been providing Nevada companies with guidance on conflict resolution since 1938. Workplace conflicts and disputes between employers and their employees take many forms. Additionally, consumer facing businesses must consider how to resolve disputes between employees and the public. Nevada businesses are considering the ethical and legal ramifications […]

TABOO DISCUSSIONS & HOW THEY IMPACT COMPANY CULTURE

We at the Nevada Association of Employers extend our deepest condolences to the victims and families of gun violence in Pittsburg, PA and Matthews, NC. As Nevada employers and employees reflect on the increasing gun violence in the United States, it is tempting to discuss causes for the violence and potential solutions to curbing it. […]

NEVADA EMPLOYERS SHOULD PREPARE FOR GEN Z

According to a recent study by Bloomberg, people of Generation Z or Gen Z, will outnumber members of the millennial generation by 2019. Millennials are the current dominant age demographic across the world. Members of Generation Z were born after 2001 whereas millennials were born between 1980 and 2000. Just as Baby Boomers and Gen […]

IS SECRET RECORDING PERMITTED IN NEVADA?

It was recently reported that Omarosa Manigault Newman, former reality television star on The Apprentice, secretly recorded conversations she had with President Donald Trump during her time as his presidential aid. It’s reported that Manigault Newman also recorded conversations in the White House’s ‘situation room’, one of the most secure areas in the White House. […]

DOES NRS 613.333 ALLOW FOR OFF-DUTY CANNABIS USE?

In February of this year, Thoran Towler, our CEO at Nevada Association of Employers, wrote an article for the Reno Gazette Journal that explored recreational cannabis use in relation to Nevada’s waning labor supply. In the article, Towler implicitly raises the question, “Should Nevada employers consider revising their drug policies to accommodate the hiring of […]

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