Nevada

Mandatory Nevada Updates to Min. Wage and Daily Overtime Bulletins

  • 17th April 2017
Minimum Wage Bulletin (Mandatory)
The State of Nevada’s Department of Business & Industry, Office of the Labor Commissioner has updated their Minimum Wage Annual Bulletin to reflect the July 1st, 2017 effective date for the Nevada Minimum Wage. Additionally, the address for the Office of the Labor Commissioner has been updated for Las Vegas.
Daily Overtime Bulletin (Mandatory)
The State of Nevada’s Department of Business & Industry, Office of the Labor Commissioner has updated their Daily Overtime Annual Bulletin to reflect the July 1st, 2017 effective date for the daily overtime rates. Additionally, the address for the Office of the Labor Commissioner has been updated for Las Vegas.

 

Mandatory Changes to Nevada’s Daily Overtime and Minimum Wage Bulletin Notices

  • 13th April 2016

Daily Overtime:

Effective date: 4/1/2016

The State of Nevada’s Department of Business & Industry, Office of the Labor Commissioner has updated their Daily Overtime Annual Bulletin to reflect the July 1st, 2016 effective date for the daily overtime rates. Additionally, the address for the Office of the Labor Commissioner has been updated for Carson City.

Minimum Wage Bulletin:

Effective date: 4/1/2016

The State of Nevada’s Department of Business & Industry, Office of the Labor Commissioner has updated their Minimum Wage Annual Bulletin to reflect the July 1st, 2016 effective date for the Nevada Minimum Wage. Additionally, the address for the Office of the Labor Commissioner has been updated for Carson City.

The Osha4less.com Nevada All-In-One State and Federal Poster has been updated to include this new mandatory change on the required postings.

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Recommended Change to Nevada’s Unemployment Insurance Notice

  • 10th November 2015

The State of Nevada, Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation updated their Unemployment Insurance posting to reflect a new URL where a claim for unemployment can be filed. The listed criteria to be eligible for unemployment benefits has also been rearranged. The revision date has been removed from the current posting.

Effective date: 9/24/2015

The Osha4less.com Nevada All-In-One State and Federal Poster has been updated to include this new recommended change on the required posting.

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Recommended Changes to Nevada’s Brief Description of Your Rights and Benefits If You Are Injured on the Job or have an Occupational Disease Posting and Notice of Limitations Affecting the Application of Lie Detector Tests Posting

  • 27th August 2015

Brief Description of Your Rights and Benefits If You Are Injured on the Job or have an Occupational Disease

The Nevada Department of Business and Industry Division of Industrial Relations has updated their Brief Description of Your Rights and Benefits If You Are Injured on the Job or have an Occupational Disease with added content to convey that the publication is derived from Chapters 616A and 617 of the Nevada Revised Statutes and that it is provided for informational purposes only. Additionally, the subtitle “Workers’ Compensation Section” has been added into the title of the posting

Notice of Limitations Affecting the Application of Lie Detector Tests 

The Nevada Office of the Labor Commissioner has updated their Notice of Limitations Affecting the Application of Lie Detector Tests with additional spacing to reflect the separation of paragraphs. The first paragraph covers the regulations for requests of a polygraph test by an employer. The second paragraph covers the eligibility for a lie detector test, of employees and job applicants who are in direct contact with controlled substances, or those who are suspected of abuse or theft. Finally, a new logo has been added along with grammar corrections.

The Osha4less.com  Nevada All-In-One State and Federal Poster has been updated to include this new mandatory posting.

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Update to Nevada Daily Overtime 2011 Annual Bulletin

  • 22nd April 2011

The Nevada Office of the Labor Commissioner has updated the State of Nevada Daily Overtime 2011 Annual Bulletin to include the new director and a change in their website address.
The Nevada Daily Overtime Bulletin protects the rights of workers in Nevada to receive a minimum wage rate during overtime. The new wage rates become effective July 1st, 2011. The new rates are applicable to both employees with health benefits, if the employee is paid less than $10.875 / hours, or to all other employees, if the employee is paid less than $12.375 / hour.

The newly updated Overtime Bulletin is available as part of our Nevada Labor Law Poster.

Update to Nevada Minimum Wage Bulletin for 2011

  • 22nd April 2011

The mission of the Office of the Nevada Labor Commissioner is to enforce the labor laws of the State of Nevada in a manner that protects the rights of working families in a fair, professional and timely manner. The Office of the Labor Commissioner has updated the Nevada Minimum Wage Bulletin to reflect new director and year. Website address added.

The State of Nevada 201 1 Minimum Wage Bulletin protects the rights of employees to receive a minimum wage rate while working in Nevada. Under the newly revised 2011 bulletin, employees with health benefits are entitled to receive a minimum wage of $7.25/hour. For all other employees the minimum wage rate is $8.25/hour.

The newly revised law becomes effective July 1st 2011, however employers are recommended to comply with the new posting requirement as soon as possible. We provide the 2011 Nevada Minimum Wage Bulletin as part of our Nevada Labor Law Poster.

Federal OSHA Officials Prepare for Active Role in Nevada OSHA Overhaul

  • 21st December 2009

“Lax construction oversight has left the Federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) no choice but to intervene in Nevada, where 25 workers died in an 18-month span on the Vegas Strip.”

The Federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) has had its eyes on the Las Vegas Strip since last year, when a sudden increase in construction worker deaths raised questions of safety at sites like the City Center.

Instead of abating, the death toll continued to rise. From January 2008 to June 2009, 25 workers lost their lives — a price to pay for Las Vegas’ frenzied expansion.

In October, OSHA’s federal office released a condemning report on the state of construction in Nevada, including extreme deficiencies on the part of Nevada’s OSHA program.