Employment

STAYING COMPETITIVE: EMPLOYEE BENEFITS IN 2020

As 2019 begins to wind down, employers begin looking to 2020 and beyond to plan out future initiatives – whether it be increasing sales goals, finding ways to improve customer service, or growing your workforce. The most common question we get in this regard is: how do I stay competitive in this labor market? The […]

COMMENTS SOUGHT ON NEW NEVADA LAWS

The Labor Commissioner is seeking public comment on several of the laws that came out of the 2019 Nevada Legislative Session. Public comment will assist the Labor Commissioner in crafting regulations that will clarify the new laws and how they impact employers. The purpose of the public comment is to assist the Labor Commissioner in […]

EEOC BRINGS SUIT AGAINST EMPLOYER WHO RESCINDED JOB OFFER TO APPLICANT ON ANXIETY MEDICATION

According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), a Wisconsin inpatient residential health facility violated federal law by rescinding a job offer because the applicant tested positive for a prescribed medication during a pre-employment drug screen. Rogers Behavioral Health (RBH) offered a job applicant the position of intake specialist. During a pre-employment physical, which included […]

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 […]

DOL PROPOSES FOUR-FACTOR JOINT EMPLOYER TEST

The definition of who is a joint employer and what control do they have to exercise (or don’t) has been a topic of discussion for the last several years. The Department of Labor (DOL) has become the latest federal agency to jump into the fray. The DOL has proposed a rule that would update the […]

PREPARING FOR EEO-1 PAY DATA REPORTING CHANGES

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) have until April 3rd to advise whether employers will have to report pay information along with the standard demographic information in the annual EEO-1 report. Businesses with 100 or more employees and federal contractors with 50 or more employees are required to […]

DID YOU KNOW?

By: Ashley Staab “We are hiring an intern and they have documents I haven’t seen before. What do I do?” This is an example of the type of questions we start getting this time of year. Businesses are getting their interns lined up for the summer. As we are looking forward to warmer weather and […]

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 […]

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