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PAYROLL TAXES FOR 2019

Unemployment Insurance Effective January 1, 2019, the Nevada taxable wage base for calendar year 2019 is $31,200 (up from $30,500 in 2018). The taxable wage base is calculated each year at 66 2/3% of the average annual wage paid to Nevada workers. While total wages paid to each employee must be reported each quarter, unemployment […]

HOW TO PREPARE SUPERVISORS TO BE SUCCESSFUL

Do you have an employee who just transitioned into a supervisory role? Are you anticipating promoting an exceptional employee to a manager position within the next year? If so, you want to ensure he or she is equipped with the right tools to be successful—whether it be now or in the future. Often we consult […]

FEWER HOLIDAY PARTIES IN 2018 – WHY?

Fewer Holiday Parties Due In Part to #MeToo, Study Finds According to a recent study, only 65% of companies intend to throw a holiday party this year. These numbers haven’t been this low since we were in the midst of the Great Recession, when only 62% of companies planned to hold a holiday party for […]

WHAT’S HOT IN HR

By: Amy Matthews, SPHR It’s that time of year again—the ominous fourth quarter. Year end, open enrollment, holiday parties, bonus calculations, office hours are all over the place, and half your staff is missing. It’s a good time to be in HR! It is also time to ramp up for next year by making sure […]

WHAT NEVADA EMPLOYERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE MIDTERM ELECTION RESULTS

Election Day brought about a shift in Nevada politics. For the first time in 20 years, Nevada will have a Democratic governor. There will also be a democratic majority in both houses of the Nevada Legislature. This will likely have a significant effect on the 2019 Legislative Session, which begins February 4, 2019. Minimum Wage […]

HEARD IT ON THE HOTLINE

By: Rob Parker FMLA continues to be a challenge for employers especially when it comes to intermittent leave.  NAE has received several calls recently involving employers who desire to terminate employees just before they become eligible for FMLA, after they return from FMLA or while they are on FMLA.  While there may be legitimate reasons […]

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. […]

WHAT’S HOT IN HR

By: Amy Matthews, SPHR Earlier in the fall, we had a member reach out to us and ask about cyber security.  At first, we were a bit confused—thinking this to be an IT matter, not an HR matter.  After some brief research and internal discussion, it became clear that this absolutely is an issue for […]

TIME OFF TO VOTE – WHAT’S REQUIRED IN NEVADA?

Election Day is fast approaching. You may already be hearing from employees who want to take time off to exercise their right to vote on November 6, 2018. While federal law does not mandate that employers provide their employees with time off—paid or unpaid—to vote, many states do. This includes Nevada. Nevada law requires employers […]

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