Raymond Severson, plaintiff in Severson v. Heartland Woodcraft Inc., has asked the United States Supreme Court to clarify how much leave is required under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Appeals Courts have issued conflicting opinions on the matter, which has created confusion for employers. The Supreme Court has not decided whether it will […]
Make Sure You’re In Compliance on January 1st As we informed you this summer, Governor Sandoval signed Senate Bill 361, providing leave for employees who are victims of domestic violence or whose family or household member is a victim of domestic violence. This new law is set to go into effect next month. We want […]
What Employers Need To Know About FMLA Leave for Adult Children As any parent will tell you, your children will be your children, whether they are five or forty-five. Employers do not hesitate to grant Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave to employees caring for their minor children, but what happens when the leave request […]
A new school year is upon us. In addition to school supplies, a new school year brings field trips, parent-teacher conferences, and a myriad of school activities in which parents like to or are required to participate. As such, it is a good time to review leave for school-related activities in Nevada. Nevada law states that an employer […]
Leave for Domestic Violence Victims Available Effective January 1, 2018 On June 8, 2017, Governor Sandoval signed Senate Bill 361, which adds a new section to NRS 608 requiring employers to provide leave for employees who are victims of domestic violence or whose family or household member is a victim of domestic violence. This new […]
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