Nevada Employment Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw's section on the employment laws of Nevada, with authoritative yet easy-to-understand summaries of Nevada laws pertaining to the workplace and employment relationships. This section includes articles on wage and hour laws, which include provisions on minimum wage, overtime pay, meal breaks, and rest periods; as well as information about legal holidays (often referred to as "bank holidays"), whistleblower laws that prohibit employers from retaliating against employees for certain protected acts, and more. In addition, you'll learn about so-called "right to work" laws, which prohibit unions from asking for monthly payments from non-union workers at unionized work sites to help pay for benefits they still receive. Click on a link below to learn more.
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