Nevada Information for the Unemployed Worker Poster Required
The Information for the Unemployed Worker 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.
Updated 4/2014. This poster is published by the Nevada Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation. It provides employees with information regarding their rights to receive unemployment benefits in certain situations, and instructions for filing a claim for unemployment benefits.
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State of Nevada Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation EMPLOYMENT SECU RITY DIVISION 500 E. Third Street, Carson City, Nevada 89713 Web Site www.nvdetr.org INFORMATION FOR THE UNEMPLOYED WORKER ·An equal opportunity employer/program · Aux iliary aids and services available upon request for individuals with disabilities · Relay Nevada 711 or (800) 326-6868 (TTY) EMPLOYER: This notice is to be given to each employee w ho is laid off or who otherwise leaves your employment. To receive unemployment benefits an unemployed person must: 1. Be unemployed through no fault of your own and meet all other conditions of the law regarding unemployment benefits. 2. File a claim online or with the Nevada Telephone Claim Center. 3. Be physically able to work. 4. Be available and willing to acce pt suitable employment if offered. 5. Make a reasonable and sincere effort to find a job. Some reasons you may not qualify for unemployment benefits are: 1. If you quit your last job or next to last job without good cause. 2. If you were discharged from your last job or next to last job for misconduct in connection with your work. 3. If while receiving unemployment benefits you refuse an offer of suitable work without good cause. 4. If you give misinformation or withhold information concerning the reason for your separation from your last job. 5. If you fail to properly report wages earned by you regardless of amount. Unemploy ed workers are eligible to receive unemployment benefits under certain c onditions establis hed by law. The Employ ment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation is the agency designated to determine eligibility and issue benefit payments. To file a claim for unemployment benefits call the Telephone Claim Center: In Southern Nevada (702) 486-0350 In Northern Nev ada (775) 684-0350 In Rural Nevada call toll-free (888) 890-8211 OR File online at http://ui.nv.gov/ To report suspected fraud, go to: https://uifraud.nvdetr.orgor call (775) 684-0475 NUCS-4139 (Rev 04/14)
Other Nevada Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS
There are an additional 24 optional and mandatory Nevada labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
- Original poster PDF https://ui.nv.gov/PDFS/NEK_Information_for_Unemployed_Worker_ENG.pdf , updated June 2023
- Nevada Labor Law Posters at https://business.nv.gov/Resource_Center/Workplace_Poster_Requirements/
- Nevada Department Of Business and Industry
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