NEVADA OVERTIME LAWS
As an employer, understanding Nevada’s overtime laws will help you better understand what you can and can’t offer your employees.
Nevada labor laws require employers to pay overtime at the rate of 1½ times an employee’s regular rate for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek to all employees, unless otherwise exempt.
This also ensures that employers must pay overtime at the rate of 1½ times an employee’s regular rate for all hours worked in excess of 8 in a workday to employees who are compensated at less than 1½ times Nevada’s minimum wage, unless otherwise exempt. NV Statute 608.018; NV Labor Comm. FAQs.
See FLSA: Overtime for more information regarding overtime requirements.
Do you have questions regarding Nevada Overtime Laws? The Nevada Association of Employers is on your side and we’re here to help. Not only do we offer classes and training, but we have a talented and knowledgeable staff that will help you identify discrepancies and questions within your employee handbook.
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