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 Nursing Mother's Accomodation Act PDF

The Nursing Mother's Accomodation Act is a labor law posters poster by the Nevada Department Of Business and Industry. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Nevada, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster, in English, informs employees of their rights in nursing mother accommodations which include rights to take breaks to express breastmilk in the workplace.

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Effective July 1, 2017, as set forth in Assembly Bill 113 approved during t he 2017 Legislative Session, 	
Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) section 608 governing Private Employers   	
is hereby amended with a new section as follows:  	
https://www.leg.state.nv .us/Session/79th2017/Bills/AB/AB113_EN.pdf	
Requirements of Assembly Bill 113:  
1. Except as otherwise provided in subsections 3, 5 and 6  (see below), 
  each employer shall provide an employee who is the mother of a child under 1 year of age with:  
(a) Reaso nable break time, with or without compensation, for the employee to express breast milk as 
needed; and 
  (b) A place, other than a bathroom, that is reasonably free  from dirt or pollution, which is protected 
from the view of others and free from intrusion by others where the employee may express breast 
  2. If break time is required to be compensated pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement entered 
into by an employer and an employee organization, any break time taken pursuant to subsection 1 by 
an  employee which is covered by the collective bargaining agreement must be compensated.  
4. An employer shall not retaliate, or direct or encourage  another person to retaliate, against any 
employee because that  employee has:  
  (a) Taken break time or used the  space provided pursuant to  
  subsection 1 or 3 to express breast milk; or  
  (b) Taken any action to require the employer to comply with  the requirements of this section, 
including, without limitation,  filing a complaint, testifying, assisting or participating in any  manner in an 
investigation, proceeding or hearing to enforce the  provisions of this section. 
Exceptions (set forth in subsections 3, 5, and 6 of Assembly Bill 113):  
3. If an employer determines that complying with the provisions of subsection 1  will cause an undue 
hardship considering the size, financial resources, nature and structure of the business of the 
employer, the employer may meet with the  employee to agree upon a reasonable alternative. If the 
parties are  not able to reach an agreement,  the employer may require the employee to accept a 
reasonable alternative selected by the  employer.  
5. An employer who employs fewer than 50 employees is not subject to the requirements of this 
section if these requirements would impose an undue hardship on the employer, considering the size, 
financial resources, nature and structure of the business of  
the employer.                 
6. An employer who is a contractor licensed pursuant to chapter 624 of NRS is not subject to the 
requirements of this section w ith regard to an employee who is performing work at a  
construction jobsite that is located at least 3 miles from the regular place of business of the employer.  
Pursuant to NRS 608.195 (except as otherwise provided in NRS 608.0165) any person who violates 
provisions of NRS 608.005 to 608.195 inclusive is guilty of a misdemeanor. In addition to any other 
remedy or penalty, the Labor Commissioner may impose against the person an administrative penalty 
of not more than $5,000 for each violation.  
Copies of this notice may al so be obtained from the Office of the Labor Commissioner at:  
         	OFFICE OF THE 	LABOR 	COMMISSIONER	 	          	3300	 WEST 	SAHARA 	AVENUE	, SUITE 	225  	          	LAS VEGAS	, NEVADA 	89102 	          	PHONE	: (702)	 486- 2650  	          	FAX (702)	 486-2660   	               	OFFICE OF THE 	LABOR 	COMMISSIONER	 	          	1818	 COLLEGE	 PARK WAY,	 SUITE 	102 	          	CARSON 	CITY, NV	 89706 	          	PHONE	: (775)	 684- 1890	  	          	FAX (775)	 687-6409  	
1818 College 	Parkway, Suite 102	 	
Carson City, Nevada  89706 
(775) 684- 1890 
or 	3300 W. W Sahara Avenue, Suite 225	 	
Las Vegas, Nevada  89102 
(702) 486-2650 
Or by going to our website at  	
Department of Business & Industr y 

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