Employee dating waiver
NRS 613.160 Spotters: Right of employee to be confronted with accuser; penalty.
NRS 613.170 Time checks: Discounts and deductions unlawful.
NRS 613.335 Unlawful employment practices: Refusal to grant leave to pregnant employees.
[Replaced in revision by NRS 613.4383.] NRS 613.340 Unlawful employment practices: Discrimination for opposing unlawful practice or assisting investigation; printing or publication of material indicating prohibited discrimination. NRS 613.380 Consideration of seniority, quantity or quality of production and other tests of ability permitted.
NRS 613.210 Blacklists unlawful; recommendations and statements to be provided employee by employer.
NRS 613.220 Assembling and cooperation of employees to secure increases in wages unrestricted.
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NRS 613.125 Effect of employers failure to make agreed payments to health or welfare fund; penalty.
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.
NRS 613.270 Compelling person to join labor organization or to strike against own will or to leave employment prohibited. NRS 613.333 Unlawful employment practices: Discrimination for lawful use of any product outside premises of employer which does not adversely affect job performance or safety of other employees.
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.