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ALL-IN-ONE LABOR LAW POSTER NOW AVAILABLE

Labor Laws Poster Now Available Through NAE! NAE is proud to announce that we now offer an all-in-one state and federal labor law poster for Nevada employers. Make labor law posting compliance easy with our Nevada & Federal Labor Laws poster. Purchase your all-in-one poster today! The all-in-one poster (pictured left) contains all required federal and Nevada labor law notices […]

AMERICAN WORKERS ONLY TAKING HALF OF THEIR EARNED VACATION TIME

WORKERS IN THE U.S. FORFEIT NEARLY HALF OF THEIR VACATION TIME EACH YEAR Employees who receive vacation or paid time off are only taking about half according to a recent survey conducted by Glassdoor. Glassdoor surveyed over 2,200 adults regarding vacation time realities, including the percentage of eligible vacation time/paid time off actually taken, how […]

The EEOC, What You Need to Know

As an employer, you should be aware of the EEOC and how it can help and/or impact you. The EEOC, or Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, is a government body that is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against job applicants based on their sex (this is all inclusive, i.e., pregnancy, gender […]

ARE YOU READY TO GET CERTIFIED? THE LATEST INFORMATION ON HR CERTIFICATIONS

Getting Your HRCI Certification Is getting certified one of your goals for 2017? The Nevada Association of Employers (NAE) is here to help! Through our partnership with HR Certification Institute (HRCI), HR professionals who work for NAE member organizations receive a $50 discount off the HRCI exam fee. In addition, once you become certified you […]

BILL TO RAISE NEVADA’S MINIMUM WAGE MOVES FORWARD

Senate Committee Approves Increase Yesterday, the Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy Committee passed Senate Bill 106 (SB 106) by a vote of 4-3, largely along party lines. SB 106 proposes increasing the minimum wage in Nevada each year until the minimum wage reached $11.00 per hour for employees who are offered qualifying health insurance and $12.00 per hour for […]

SUMMERTIME HELP: A REMINDER ABOUT YOUTH EMPLOYMENT

It’s approaching that time of year where high school kids are looking for summertime employment.  This is a great resource for employers looking for part-time or temporary help during the summer months.  However, youth employment comes with restrictions. It’s important to keep these restrictions in mind when hiring employees who are minors. The Department of Labor takes child labor […]

HOUSE APPROVES COMP TIME BILL – WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR NEVADA?

On May 3, 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve legislation that would allow private-sector employers to offer compensable time (more commonly known as “comp time”). The legislation, titled the Working Families Flexibility Act, passed by a vote of 229-197. The legislation now moves to the Senate for deliberation. The Working Families Flexibility […]

USCIS REDESIGNS GREEN CARD & EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION DOCUMENT

On May 1, 2017, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) began issuing the redesigned Permanent Resident Card (also known as a Green Card) and Employment Authorization Document (EAD). This redesign is part of the Next Generation Secure Identification Document Project. The new Green Card and EADs will: (1) Display the individual’s photos on both sides; […]

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