Employee dating waiver
NRS 613.180 Hospital fees: Unlawful collection from employee.
NRS 613.190 Corrupt influencing of employee unlawful.
NRS 613.160 Spotters: Right of employee to be confronted with accuser; penalty.
NRS 613.170 Time checks: Discounts and deductions unlawful.
NRS 613.140 Employer compelling or inducing employee to trade at particular store or board at particular boardinghouse: Penalty.
NRS 613.150 Transportation company compelling purchase of uniform from particular person or employer as condition of continuing employment unlawful; penalty.
NRS 613.030 False representations or pretenses concerning employers ability to pay wages: Penalty.
Many employers see the idea of employees dating one another as potentially threatening productivity or even opening up too much liability for the employer. First, let’s look at some of the most common reasons employers may desire to curb employees’ desire for one another.CHAPTER 613 - EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES SOLICITATION OF EMPLOYEES BY MISREPRESENTATION NRS 613.010 Influencing, persuading or engaging worker to change from one place to another by false representations; penalty; damages.NRS 613.020 Fraudulent representations by employment agent or broker: Penalty.NRS 613.195 Noncompetition covenants: Limitations; enforceability; revision by court.
NRS 613.200 Prevention of employment of person who has been discharged or who terminates employment unlawful; criminal and administrative penalties; exception.
NRS 613.225 Labor Commissioner to adopt regulations to establish certain procedures required by 42 U. NRS 613.260 Certain contracts declared illegal and void. NRS 613.330 Unlawful employment practices: Discrimination on basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, national origin or discussion of wages; interference with aid or appliance for disability; refusal to permit service animal at place of employment; consideration of criminal history without following required procedure.