Nevada employment security division

Nevada employment security division DEFAULT

[Rev. 11/17/ PMR1]

CHAPTER - UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION

GENERAL PROVISIONS

NRS&#;           Short title.

NRS&#;           Definitions.

NRS&#;           “Administrator” defined.

NRS&#;           “American employing unit” defined.

NRS&#;           “Base period” defined.

NRS&#;           “Benefit year” defined.

NRS&#;           “Benefits” defined.

NRS&#;           “Calendar quarter” defined.

NRS&#;           “Contributions” defined.

NRS&#;           “Division” defined.

NRS&#;           “Employer” defined.

NRS&#;           “Employer”: Crew leaders who furnish persons to perform agricultural labor.

NRS&#;           “Employing unit” defined.

NRS&#;           “Employment” defined.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Services included.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Services performed entirely outside State by resident; election; approval by Administrator.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Services deemed localized within State.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Services deemed employment unless specific facts shown.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Certain agricultural labor included.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Domestic service in private home excluded; exception.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service on foreign vessel or aircraft outside United States excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed in employ of relative excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service for United States, another state or political subdivision excluded; exception.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed in employ of State or agency included; exceptions.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed by patient in employ of hospital excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed by student in program for work experience excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed by student or spouse under school program for financial assistance to student excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed in employ of corporation or foundation organized and operated for religious, charitable, educational or scientific purposes or for prevention of cruelty to children or animals excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed in employ of charitable, religious or other nonprofit organization.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed in employ of Indian tribe included; exceptions.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed in employment covered by federal system for compensation of unemployed persons excluded; reciprocal agreements by Administrator.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service by minor in delivery of newspapers excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service by licensed real estate salesperson or broker excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service by lessees engaged in mining excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Domestic service in employ of college fraternity or sorority excluded; exception.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Services as agent-driver, commission-driver or solicitor of orders included; exceptions.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Services performed by person selling or soliciting the sale of products in certain circumstances excluded.

NRS&#;           “Employment”: Service performed during half or more of pay period determined by nature of entire service.

NRS&#;           “Employment office” defined.

NRS&#;           “Fund” defined.

NRS&#;           “Hospital” defined.

NRS&#;           “Indian tribe” defined.

NRS&#;           “Institution of higher education” defined.

NRS&#;           “Insured worker” defined.

NRS&#;           “Signature” defined.

NRS&#;           “State” defined.

NRS&#;           “Unemployed” defined; regulations by Administrator; exceptions. [Effective until the earlier of the date on which the Administrator of the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation notifies the Governor and the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau that sufficient resources are available to enable the Division to carry out the provisions increasing the amount of remuneration that a person may receive and be deemed to be unemployed, or October 4, ]

NRS&#;           “Unemployed” defined; regulations by Administrator; exceptions. [Effective on the earlier of the date on which the Administrator of the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation notifies the Governor and the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau that sufficient resources are available to enable the Division to carry out the provisions increasing the amount of remuneration that a person may receive and be deemed to be unemployed, or October 5, ]

NRS&#;           “Wages” defined.

NRS&#;           “Week” defined.

NRS&#;           “Weekly benefit amount” defined.

ADMINISTRATION

NRS&#;           Administrator: Appointment; classification; administrative authority; other employment prohibited; exception.

NRS&#;           General powers and duties of Administrator.

NRS&#;           Official seal of Administrator; judicial notice.

NRS&#;           Lease-purchase agreements for purchase of office buildings and land; assurances by State of Nevada.

NRS&#;           Personnel of Division: Selection; classification; compensation; duties; stipends for educational leave.

NRS&#;           Quarterly report of Administrator.

NRS&#;           Regulations for internal management.

NRS&#;           Emergency regulations.

NRS&#;           Administrative determinations: Whether employing unit constitutes employer; whether service constitutes employment; whether substantially common ownership, management or control exists; appeal.

NRS&#;           Administrative determinations: Establishment of rates of contribution based upon experience; appeal.

NRS&#;           Provision of certain documents or communications by electronic mail or other electronic communication.

NRS&#;           Records and reports of employing units: Inspection; destruction.

NRS&#;           Disclosure of information by Employment Security Division and Administrator; duty of Division of Industrial Relations of Department of Business and Industry to provide certain information to Administrator; penalty for improper use or dissemination of certain information; privileged communications.

NRS&#;           Depositions; subpoenas; payment of witnesses.

NRS&#;           Order to appear and testify; penalty for failure to obey court order or subpoena of Administrator or Board of Review.

NRS&#;           Protection against self-incrimination.

NRS&#;           Cooperation with Department of Labor.

NRS&#;           Advance to Unemployment Compensation Fund; application.

NRS&#;           Reciprocal arrangements with state and federal agencies.

NRS&#;           Reimbursements in accordance with reciprocal arrangements.

NRS&#;           Employment Security Council: Creation; membership; compensation of members; meetings; Secretary; Board of Review.

NRS&#;           Employment Security Council: Duties.

NRS&#;           Acceptance of Wagner-Peyser Act; establishment and maintenance of free public employment offices.

BENEFITS

NRS&#;           Payment.

NRS&#;           Amount of weekly benefit.

NRS&#;           Election of base period following period of temporary disability or rehabilitation; establishment of new benefit year.

NRS&#;           Weekly benefit for unemployment.

NRS&#;           Duration of benefits.

NRS&#;           Deduction and withholding of federal individual income tax.

NRS&#;           Benefits due deceased or incapacitated person.

NRS&#;           Overpayments and recovery.

NRS&#;           Reimbursement of benefits paid if back pay awarded for same period.

CONDITIONS OF ELIGIBILITY FOR BENEFITS

NRS&#;           General conditions; reductions in benefits.

NRS&#;         Prohibition on denial of benefits for unemployment related to domestic violence; request for evidence to support claim.

NRS&#;           Person employed by private employer while incarcerated not eligible for certain benefits.

EXTENDED BENEFITS

NRS&#;           Definitions.

NRS&#;         Other provisions of chapter applicable to extended benefits.

NRS&#;         Conditions of eligibility: Findings by Administrator.

NRS&#;         Amount of weekly extended benefit.

NRS&#;         Benefit amount for partial period.

NRS&#;           Maximum amount of extended benefit payable during year.

NRS&#;         Amended determination of entitlement based on increase of regular compensation.

NRS&#;         Notice of commencement or termination of extended benefit period.

NRS&#;         Extended benefit payments not chargeable against experience rating of base-period employer.

DISQUALIFICATION FOR BENEFITS

NRS&#;           Leaving last or next to last employment without good cause or to seek other employment.

NRS&#;           Discharge for crimes in connection with employment.

NRS&#;           Discharge for misconduct.

NRS&#;           Failure to apply for available or suitable work or to accept suitable work when offered.

NRS&#;           Failure to accept suitable work or engage in effort to obtain work: Effect on extended benefits. [Each provision of this section expires by limitation on date it is no longer required by federal law to be in effect.]

NRS&#;           Unemployment as result of labor dispute.

NRS&#;           Receipt of benefits under another unemployment compensation law.

NRS&#;           Extended benefits payable under Interstate Benefit Payment Plan.

NRS&#;           Receipt of wages in lieu of notice; severance pay; waiver or modification of period of disqualification under certain circumstances.

NRS&#;           Paid vacation; waiver or modification of period of disqualification under certain circumstances.

NRS&#;           Receipt of pay for vacation on termination of employment; waiver or modification of period of disqualification under certain circumstances.

NRS&#;           Vacation or recess for holiday.

NRS&#;           Period between academic years or terms; paid sabbatical leave.

NRS&#;           Sports or athletic events.

NRS&#;           Repayment of benefits received as result of false statement or failure to disclose material fact; penalty for unemployment insurance fraud; disqualification. [Effective through June 30, ]

NRS&#;           Repayment of benefits received as result of false statement or failure to disclose material fact; penalty for unemployment insurance fraud; disqualification. [Effective July 1, ]

NRS&#;           Alien status.

CLAIMS FOR BENEFITS

NRS&#;           Procedure.

NRS&#;           Regulations of Administrator; employer to provide unemployed person with statements and materials.

NRS&#;           Withholding of benefits for obligation for support of child.

NRS&#;           Unemployed person may request determination of status; written determination by Administrator; notice to employers during base period.

NRS&#;           Effective period of initial determination; payment of benefits.

NRS&#;           Notice to insured worker.

NRS&#;           Notice to employers of new or additional claim; employer’s duties and rights upon receipt of notice.

NRS&#;           Redeterminations.

NRS&#;           Finality of determination or redetermination.

NRS&#;           Appeal Tribunals: Appointment; alternate.

NRS&#;           Appeal to Appeal Tribunal: Initiation of appeal from determination or redetermination; intervention of employing unit; withdrawal of appeal.

NRS&#;           Hearing on appeal: Procedure; evidence; record; witnesses; trial de novo in certain circumstances.

NRS&#;           Consolidated appeals.

NRS&#;           Notice of decision of Appeal Tribunal; time for further appeal.

NRS&#;           Appeal to Board of Review.

NRS&#;           Removal or transfer of appeals from one Appeal Tribunal to another Appeal Tribunal.

NRS&#;           Appeal to courts: Time for appeal; exhaustion of administrative remedies; appeal by Administrator.

NRS&#;           Judicial review of decision of Board of Review: Commencement of action in district court; parties; service of petition; answer; summary hearings; appeals to appellate court.

NRS&#;           Introduction of certain evidence concerning claims for benefits prohibited in separate or subsequent proceeding.

CONTRIBUTIONS

NRS&#;           Payment; registration of employer with Division.

NRS&#;           Rate.

NRS&#;           Base.

NRS&#;           Rates for employers.

NRS&#;           Charging of benefits to account of employer; grounds for removal of charges on account of employer; appeal of certain determinations of Administrator; effect of certain determinations on claimant.

NRS&#;           Nonprofit organizations, political subdivisions and Indian tribes: Payment of contributions or reimbursement in lieu of contributions.

PERIOD, ELECTION AND TERMINATION OF EMPLOYER’S COVERAGE

NRS&#;           Employing unit becoming employer within calendar quarter subject to chapter from beginning of quarter; exception.

NRS&#;           When employing unit ceases to be employer.

NRS&#;           Employing unit not subject to chapter may elect to become employer subject to chapter; conditions.

NRS&#;           Employing unit may elect that services not covered by chapter shall be deemed to constitute employment; conditions.

NRS&#;           Termination of employer’s election by Administrator.

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION FUND

NRS&#;           “Benefits” defined.

NRS&#;           Establishment and control.

NRS&#;           Accounts; deposits; refunds.

NRS&#;           Withdrawals.

NRS&#;           Management of money upon discontinuance of Unemployment Trust Fund.

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION ADMINISTRATION FUND

NRS&#;           Creation; receipt and use of money.

NRS&#;           Additional contributions by employer required for support of program for employment and training of unemployed persons and persons employed in this State; exceptions.

NRS&#;           Deposit, transfer and expenditure of payments for program for employment and training of unemployed persons and persons employed in this State.

NRS&#;           Accrual and submission of payments for program for employment and training of unemployed persons and persons employed in this State; disregard of fractions.

NRS&#;           Disbursement of delinquent payments by employers.

NRS&#;           Reimbursement.

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BOND FUND

NRS&#;         Definitions.

NRS&#;         “Benefits” defined.

NRS&#;         “Bond” defined.

NRS&#;         “Bond administrative expense” defined.

NRS&#;           “Bond obligation” defined.

NRS&#;         “Credit agreement” defined.

NRS&#;         “Federal advance” defined.

NRS&#;         “Special bond contributions” defined.

NRS&#;         “Unemployment Compensation Bond Fund” defined.

NRS&#;           Legislative findings and declarations.

NRS&#;         State Board of Finance authorized to issue bonds to repay loans from Federal Government for payment of unemployment compensation and to establish adequate balances in Unemployment Trust Fund; contents of bond.

NRS&#;         Security for bonds.

NRS&#;         Procedure for payment of bond-related obligations.

NRS&#;           Creation; sources; uses.

NRS&#;         Payment of special bond contributions; exceptions.

NRS&#;         Faith of State pledged not to impair bonds.

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY FUND

NRS&#;           Creation; source and use of money.

FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT TRUST FUND

NRS&#;           Requisition and use of money credited to Nevada account.

INTEREST REPAYMENT FUND

NRS&#;         Creation; sources; uses; duties of Administrator; assessment to be paid by employers; exceptions; management of money upon discontinuance of Fund.

COLLECTION OF CONTRIBUTIONS

NRS&#;           Payment that is returned or dishonored does not constitute timely payment; additional fee.

NRS&#;           Interest on unpaid contributions.

NRS&#;           Civil action: Notice; attachment.

NRS&#;           Summary judgment: Filing certificate; where to be filed; contents; entry of judgment.

NRS&#;           Judgments: Recording of abstract or copy; liens; priorities; execution.

NRS&#;           Appeals to appellate court.

NRS&#;           Required notice to State Contractors’ Board.

NRS&#;           Division authorized to act on behalf of State; filing fees, costs or bonds not required of State; additional fee for recording, copying or certifying documents.

NRS&#;           Priorities under legal dissolutions or distributions.

NRS&#;           Refunds and adjustments.

NRS&#;           Arbitrary assessments upon failure of employer to file report or upon filing of incorrect or insufficient report.

NRS&#;           Notice of arbitrary assessment: Contents; finality of assessment.

NRS&#;           Readjustment or modification of assessment.

NRS&#;           Jeopardized collections: Assessment; stay of collection of assessment.

NRS&#;           Liens: Creation; notice; foreclosure; release; compromise and satisfaction.

NRS&#;           Creditors and debtors of employer: Notice of delinquency of payment owed by employer; power of State to satisfy debt owed to it.

NRS&#;           Creditors and debtors of employer: Duties; certain transfers of property prohibited; demand to transmit certain property to Administrator.

NRS&#;           Liability of contractor to assure payment of amounts due from subcontractors.

NRS&#;           Liability of assignee, receiver, trustee and others selling property of employing unit: Notice to Division.

NRS&#;           Liability of employer and purchaser or transferee upon sale or transfer of assets and quitting business.

PROTECTION OF RIGHTS AND BENEFITS

NRS&#;           Waiver of rights void.

NRS&#;           Limitation of fees; unlawful solicitation; attorney’s fees.

NRS&#;           Assignment of benefits void; exemption from execution and attachment.

WITHHOLDING OF INCOME

NRS&#;         Administrator authorized to require employer to withhold income to satisfy judgment.

NRS&#;         Notice to person who is subject to withholding.

NRS&#;         Notice to employer to withhold income; contents; notice may be issued electronically.

NRS&#;         Duties of employer upon receipt of notice to withhold.

NRS&#;           Notice to withhold binding upon employer; employer may deduct amount for reimbursement of costs; electronic transfer of payments by employer.

NRS&#;         Unlawful to use withholding as basis for refusing to hire, discharging or taking disciplinary action against employee; liability; penalty.

NRS&#;         Enforcement proceedings against employer for refusal to withhold or misrepresentation of employee income; remedies and penalties.

NRS&#;         Employer and Administrator immunity.

PENALTIES

NRS&#;           False statement or failure to disclose material fact to obtain or increase benefit.

NRS&#;           False statement or failure to disclose material fact concerning termination of employment.

NRS&#;           Conspiracy to obtain or increase benefit; series of false statements to obtain or increase benefit.

NRS&#;           False statement or failure to disclose material fact to obtain or increase benefit under federal law or law of another state.

NRS&#;           False statement or failure to disclose material facts by employer to prevent or reduce payment of benefits; willful failure or refusal to pay contributions or make reports; plan or scheme to avoid application of or reduce payment required by chapter.

NRS&#;           Transfer or acquisition of business to obtain lower contribution rate; activity of employer to obtain more favorable contribution rate; advising another person to violate provisions of chapter.

NRS&#;           Violations of chapter, rules, regulations and orders.

NRS&#;           Forfeits and interest.

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

NRS&#;           Representation in court.

NRS&#;           Reciprocal arrangements by Administrator.

NRS&#;           Power of Legislature to amend or repeal chapter reserved.

NRS&#;           Conditions under which chapter becomes inoperative; refund of unobligated money.

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GENERAL PROVISIONS

NRS&#;&#;&#;Short title.&#;&#;This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Unemployment Compensation Law.

      [; NCL § ]

NRS&#;&#;&#;Definitions.&#;&#;As used in this chapter, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, the words and terms defined in NRS to , inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections.

      [; A , ; , ; , ; , ; NCL § ] &#; (NRS A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Administrator” defined.&#;&#;“Administrator” means the Administrator of the Division.

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“American employing unit” defined.&#;&#;“American employing unit” means:

      1.&#;&#;A person who is a resident of the United States;

      2.&#;&#;A partnership, if two-thirds or more of the partners are residents of the United States;

      3.&#;&#;A trust if all of the trustees are residents of the United States; or

      4.&#;&#;A corporation organized under the laws of the United States or of any state.

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Base period” defined.

      1.&#;&#;Except as otherwise provided in this section and in NRS , “base period” means the first 4 of the last 5 completed calendar quarters immediately preceding the first day of a person’s benefit year, except that if one calendar quarter of the base period so established has been used in a previous determination of the person’s entitlement to benefits the base period is the first 4 completed calendar quarters immediately preceding the first day of the person’s benefit year.

      2.&#;&#;If a person is not entitled to benefits using the base period as defined in subsection 1 but would be entitled to benefits if the base period were the last 4 completed calendar quarters immediately preceding the first day of the person’s benefit year, “base period” means the last 4 completed calendar quarters immediately preceding the first day of the person’s benefit year.

      3.&#;&#;In the case of a combined wage claim pursuant to the reciprocal arrangements provided in NRS , the base period is that applicable under the unemployment compensation law of the paying state.

      [; renumbered , , ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , 13)

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Benefit year” defined.

      1.&#;&#;Except as otherwise provided in NRS , with respect to any person, “benefit year” means the 52 consecutive weeks beginning with the first day of the week with respect to which a valid claim is filed, and thereafter the 52 consecutive weeks beginning with the first day of the first week with respect to which a valid claim is filed after the termination of the person’s last preceding benefit year.

      2.&#;&#;In the case of a combined wage claim pursuant to the reciprocal arrangements provided in NRS , the benefit year is that applicable under the unemployment compensation law of the paying state.

      3.&#;&#;Any claim for benefits made in accordance with NRS and shall be deemed to be a valid claim for the purposes of this section if the claimant has been paid wages for employment by employers as provided in paragraph (d) of subsection 1 of NRS

      [; renumbered , , ; A , ; , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Benefits” defined.&#;&#;“Benefits” means the money payments payable to an individual, as provided in this chapter, with respect to his or her unemployment.

      [; renumbered , , ; NCL § ]

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Calendar quarter” defined.&#;&#;“Calendar quarter” means the period of 3 consecutive calendar months ending on March 31, June 30, September 30 or December 31, or the equivalent thereof as the Administrator may prescribe by regulation, excluding, however, any calendar quarter or portion thereof which occurs before January 1,

      [; renumbered , , ; NCL § ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Contributions” defined.&#;&#;“Contributions” means the money payments to the Unemployment Compensation Fund required by this chapter, but does not include reimbursement payments in lieu of contributions as provided in NRS

      [; renumbered , , ; NCL § ] &#; (NRS A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Division” defined.&#;&#;“Division” means the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employer” defined.&#;&#;“Employer” means:

      1.&#;&#;Any employing unit which for any calendar quarter has paid or is liable to pay wages of $ or more, and which employs during that period one or more persons in an employment subject to this chapter.

      2.&#;&#;Any person or employing unit which acquired the organization, trade or business, or substantially all the assets thereof, of another which at the time of the acquisition was an employer subject to this chapter.

      3.&#;&#;Any person or employing unit which acquired the organization, trade or business, or substantially all of the assets thereof, of another employing unit if the employment record of the person or employing unit subsequent to the acquisition, together with the employment record of the acquired unit, before the acquisition, both within the same calendar quarter, would be sufficient to constitute such an employing unit as an employer subject to this chapter under subsection 1.

      4.&#;&#;Any employing unit not an employer by reason of any other subsection of this section, for which within either the current or preceding year service in employment is or was performed with respect to which such an employing unit is liable for any federal tax against which credit may be taken for contributions required to be paid into a state unemployment fund.

      5.&#;&#;Any employing unit which, having become an employer under subsection 1, 2 or 3, has not, under NRS to , inclusive, ceased to be an employer subject to this chapter.

      6.&#;&#;For the effective period of its election pursuant to NRS , and , any other employing unit which has elected to become fully subject to this chapter.

      7.&#;&#;In the case of domestic service in a private home, local college club or local chapter of a college fraternity or sorority, with respect to any calendar year, any person or employing unit who during any calendar quarter in the current calendar year or the preceding calendar year paid cash wages of $1, or more for such service.

      8.&#;&#;In the case of agricultural labor, with respect to any calendar year, any person or employing unit who:

      (a)&#;During any calendar quarter in the current calendar year or the preceding calendar year paid cash wages of $20, or more for agricultural labor; or

      (b)&#;On at least 20 days during the current calendar year or preceding calendar year, each day being in a different calendar week, employed at least 10 persons in agricultural labor for some portion of the day, whether or not:

             (1)&#;The weeks were consecutive; or

             (2)&#;The persons were employed at the same moment of time.

Ê For purposes of this subsection, agricultural labor does not include the wages earned by or the employment of any employee performing domestic service.

      9.&#;&#;This State, or any political subdivision thereof, or any instrumentality of this State or its political subdivision which is owned by this State or one or more of its political subdivisions alone or in conjunction with one or more other states or political subdivisions thereof.

      &#;&#;An Indian tribe, or any political subdivision thereof, or any subsidiary or business enterprise wholly owned by an Indian tribe alone or in conjunction with one or more other Indian tribes or political subdivisions thereof.

      [; renumbered , , ; A , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employer”: Crew leaders who furnish persons to perform agricultural labor.

      1.&#;&#;As used in this section, “crew leader” means any person who:

      (a)&#;Furnishes persons to perform agricultural labor for any other person;

      (b)&#;Pays the persons furnished by him or her, either on his or her own behalf or on behalf of another person; and

      (c)&#;Has not entered into a written agreement with another person under which he or she is designated as an employee of the other person.

      2.&#;&#;For purposes of this chapter, any person who is a member of a crew furnished by a crew leader to perform agricultural labor for any other person is in the employment of the crew leader if:

      (a)&#;The crew leader holds a valid certification of registration under the Farm Labor Contractor Registration Act of ; or

      (b)&#;Substantially all the members of the crew operate or maintain tractors, mechanized harvesting or crop-dusting equipment or any other mechanized equipment provided by the crew leader, and the services of the person performing agricultural labor are not otherwise defined as employment under this chapter.

      3.&#;&#;Whenever any person is furnished by a crew leader to perform agricultural labor for any other person and he or she is not in the employment of the crew leader pursuant to subsection 2:

      (a)&#;The other person and not the crew leader is considered the employer; and

      (b)&#;The other person is considered to have paid cash remuneration to the person performing the agricultural labor in an amount equal to the amount paid by the crew leader, either on behalf of the crew leader or on behalf of the other person.

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employing unit” defined.

      1.&#;&#;“Employing unit” means any individual or type of organization, including any partnership, association, trust, estate, joint-stock company, insurance company, or corporation, whether domestic or foreign, or the receiver, trustee in bankruptcy, trustee, or successor thereof, or the legal representative of a deceased person, which has or subsequent to January 1, , had in its employ one or more individuals performing services for it within this State.

      2.&#;&#;All individuals performing services within this State for any employing unit which maintains two or more separate establishments within this State shall be deemed to be employed by a single employing unit for all the purposes of this chapter.

      3.&#;&#;Each individual employed to perform or to assist in performing the work of any agent or employee of any employing unit shall be deemed to be employed by such employing unit for all the purposes of this chapter, whether such individual was hired or paid directly by such employing unit or by such agent or employee, provided the employing unit had actual or constructive knowledge of the work.

      [; renumbered , , ; NCL § ]

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment” defined.&#;&#;Subject to the provisions of NRS to , inclusive, “employment” means service, including service in interstate commerce, performed for wages or under any contract of hire, written or oral, express or implied.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Services included.&#;&#;“Employment” includes:

      1.&#;&#;A person’s entire service, performed within or both within and without this State if:

      (a)&#;The service is localized in this State;

      (b)&#;The service is not localized in any state but some of the service is performed in this State and:

             (1)&#;The base of operations, or, if there is no base of operations, then the place from which such service is directed or controlled, is in this State; or

             (2)&#;The base of operations or place from which such service is directed or controlled is not in any state in which some part of the service is performed, but the person’s residence is in this State; or

      (c)&#;The service is that of a person who is a citizen of the United States, and is performed outside the United States, except Canada, after December 31, , in the employ of an American employing unit (other than service that is deemed “employment” under the provisions of paragraph (a) or (b) of subsection 1 or similar provisions of the law of another state), if:

             (1)&#;The employer’s principal place of business in the United States is located in this State; or

             (2)&#;The employer has no place of business in the United States, but:

                   (I)&#;The employer is a natural person who is a resident of this State;

                   (II)&#;The employer is a corporation which is organized under the laws of this State; or

                   (III)&#;The employer is a partnership or a trust and the number of the partners or trustees who are residents of this State is greater than the number who are residents of any one other state; or

             (3)&#;None of the criteria of subparagraphs (1) and (2) of paragraph (c) is met but the employer has elected coverage in this State or, the employer having failed to elect coverage in any state, the employee has filed a claim for benefits, based on such service, under the law of this State.

      2.&#;&#;Services performed by an officer or member of the crew of an American vessel or American aircraft on or in connection with such vessel or aircraft, if the operating office, from which the operations of such vessel or aircraft operating within, or within and without, the United States are ordinarily and regularly supervised, managed, directed and controlled, is within this State.

Ê In addition to any other provisions of this section, service is required to be covered under this chapter, if with respect to such service a tax is required to be paid under any federal law imposing a tax against which credit may be taken for contributions required to be paid into a state unemployment fund, or if such service is required to be covered as a condition for full tax credit against the tax imposed by the Federal Unemployment Tax Act.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Services performed entirely outside State by resident; election; approval by Administrator.&#;&#;Services not covered under NRS and performed entirely without this State, with respect to no part of which contributions are required and paid under an unemployment compensation law of any other state or the Federal Government, shall be deemed to be employment subject to this chapter if the person performing the services is a resident of this State and the Administrator approves the election of the employing unit for which the services are performed that the entire service of the person shall be deemed to be employment subject to this chapter.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Services deemed localized within State.&#;&#;Service shall be deemed to be localized within a state if:

      1.&#;&#;The service is performed entirely within such state; or

      2.&#;&#;The service is performed both within and without such state, but the service performed without such state is incidental to the individual’s service within the state; for example, is temporary or transitory in nature or consists of isolated transactions.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ]

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Services deemed employment unless specific facts shown.&#;&#;Services performed by a person for wages shall be deemed to be employment subject to this chapter unless it is shown to the satisfaction of the Administrator that:

      1.&#;&#;The person has been and will continue to be free from control or direction over the performance of the services, both under his or her contract of service and in fact;

      2.&#;&#;The service is either outside the usual course of the business for which the service is performed or that the service is performed outside of all the places of business of the enterprises for which the service is performed; and

      3.&#;&#;The service is performed in the course of an independently established trade, occupation, profession or business in which the person is customarily engaged, of the same nature as that involved in the contract of service.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Certain agricultural labor included.

      1.&#;&#;“Employment” includes agricultural labor if:

      (a)&#;The services are performed in the employ of a person who:

             (1)&#;Paid cash wages of $20, or more during any calendar quarter of the current calendar year or preceding calendar year to persons employed in agricultural labor, including, without limitation, an alien described in subsection 4 without regard to whether the alien or the services performed by the alien are required to be covered by the Federal Unemployment Tax Act; or

             (2)&#;Employed 10 or more persons in agricultural labor, including, without limitation, an alien described in subsection 4 without regard to whether the alien or the services performed by the alien are required to be covered by the Federal Unemployment Tax Act, some portion of the day for at least 20 days, each day being in a different calendar week, during the current calendar year or preceding calendar year whether or not the weeks were consecutive or the persons were employed at the same moment of time; and

      (b)&#;The services are performed:

             (1)&#;On a farm, in the employ of any person, in connection with cultivating the soil, or in connection with raising or harvesting any agricultural or horticultural commodity, including the raising, shearing, feeding, caring for, training and management of livestock, bees, poultry and fur-bearing animals and wildlife.

             (2)&#;In the employ of the owner or tenant or other operator of a farm, in connection with the operation, management, conservation, improvement or maintenance of the farm and its tools and equipment, or in salvaging timber or clearing land of brush and other debris left by a hurricane, if the major part of the service is performed on a farm.

             (3)&#;In connection with the production or harvesting of any commodity defined as an agricultural commodity in section 15(g) of the Agricultural Marketing Act, 12 U.S.C. § j, or in connection with the ginning of cotton, or in connection with the operation or maintenance of ditches, canals, reservoirs or waterways, not owned or operated for profit, used exclusively for supplying and storing water for farming purposes.

             (4)&#;Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, in the employ of the operator of a farm in handling, planting, drying, packing, packaging, processing, freezing, grading, storing or delivering to storage or to market, or to a carrier for transportation to market, in its unmanufactured state, any agricultural or horticultural commodity, but only if the operator produced more than one-half of the commodity with respect to which such service is performed.

             (5)&#;Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, in the employ of a group of operators of farms, or a cooperative organization of which such operators are members, in the performance of service described in subparagraph (4), but only if such operators produced more than one-half of the commodity with respect to which such service is performed.

             (6)&#;On a farm operated for profit although the service is not in the course of the employer’s trade or business.

      2.&#;&#;The provisions of subparagraphs (4) and (5) of paragraph (b) of subsection 1 do not apply to service performed in connection with commercial canning or commercial freezing or in connection with any agricultural or horticultural commodity after its delivery to a terminal market for distribution for consumption.

      3.&#;&#;As used in this section, the term “farm” includes stock, dairy, poultry, fruit, fur-bearing animal and truck farms, plantations, ranches, nurseries, ranges, greenhouses or other similar structures used primarily for raising agricultural or horticultural commodities, and orchards.

      4.&#;&#;The provisions of paragraph (b) of subsection 1 do not apply to services performed by an alien admitted to the United States to perform agricultural labor pursuant to sections (c) and (a)(15)(H) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. §§ (c) and (a)(15)(H)(ii)(a), respectively, unless the alien or the services are required to be covered by the Federal Unemployment Tax Act.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Domestic service in private home excluded; exception.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include domestic service in a private home unless the amount paid in cash wages by an employer or employing unit is $1, or more for service performed in any calendar quarter of the current calendar year or the preceding calendar year.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service on foreign vessel or aircraft outside United States excluded.&#;&#;“Employment” shall not include service performed on or in connection with a foreign vessel or aircraft, if the employee is employed on and in connection with such vessel or aircraft when outside the United States.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed in employ of relative excluded.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include service performed by an individual in the employ of the individual’s son, daughter or spouse, and service performed by a child under the age of 18 years in the employ of the child’s parent.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service for United States, another state or political subdivision excluded; exception.

      1.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include service performed in the employ of any other state or its political subdivisions, or of the United States Government, or of an instrumentality of any other state or states or their political subdivisions or of the United States, except that if the Congress of the United States permits the states to require any instrumentality of the United States to make payment into an unemployment fund under a state unemployment compensation act, and to comply with state regulations thereunder, then, to the extent permitted by Congress, and from and after the date on which such permission becomes effective, all of the provisions of this chapter are applicable to the instrumentality and to services performed for the instrumentality in the same manner, to the same extent, and on the same terms as to all other employers, employing units, persons and services.

      2.&#;&#;If this State is not certified by the Secretary of Labor under Section of the Internal Revenue Code of for any year, then the payments required from such instrumentalities and their workers with respect to that year must be refunded by the Administrator from the Unemployment Fund, without interest.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed in employ of State or agency included; exceptions.

      1.&#;&#;“Employment” includes service performed in the employ of this State, or of any political subdivision thereof, or of any instrumentality of this State or its political subdivisions which is owned by this State or one or more of its political subdivisions alone or in conjunction with one or more other states or political subdivisions thereof, which is excluded from the definition of “employment” by the provisions of 26 U.S.C. § (c)(7), except service:

      (a)&#;As an elected official;

      (b)&#;As a member of a legislative body, or a member of the judiciary, of the State or a political subdivision;

      (c)&#;As a member of the Nevada Army National Guard or Nevada Air National Guard, unless the member:

             (1)&#;Was ordered to full-time, active duty for at least 90 consecutive days;

             (2)&#;Is paid under title 32 of the United States Code;

             (3)&#;Is released from military service under an eligible reason for separation pursuant to the Unemployment Compensation for Ex-servicemembers, or 20 C.F.R. §§ et seq.; and

             (4)&#;Is otherwise entitled to receive benefits;

      (d)&#;In employment serving on a temporary basis in case of fire, storm, snow, earthquake, flood or similar emergency;

      (e)&#;In a position which, pursuant to state law, is designated as a major nontenured policymaking or advisory position, or a policymaking or advisory position the performance of the duties of which ordinarily does not require more than 8 hours per week; or

      (f)&#;By an inmate of a custodial or penal institution.

      2.&#;&#;Every department of this State, and every political subdivision thereof, and each of the instrumentalities of this State and its political subdivisions, shall become an employer as provided in this chapter.

      3.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include service performed:

      (a)&#;In a facility conducted for the purpose of carrying out a program of rehabilitation for persons whose earning capacity is impaired by age or physical or mental deficiency or injury, or providing remunerative work for persons who, because of their impaired physical or mental capacity, cannot be readily absorbed in the competitive labor market by a person receiving such rehabilitation or remunerative work; or

      (b)&#;As part of an unemployment work-relief or work-training program assisted or financed in whole or in part by any federal agency or an agency of a state or political subdivision thereof, by a person receiving such work relief or work training.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed by patient in employ of hospital excluded.&#;&#;“Employment” shall not include service performed in the employ of a hospital if such service is performed by a patient of the hospital.

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed by student in program for work experience excluded.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include service performed by a person who is enrolled at a nonprofit or public educational institution, which normally maintains a regular faculty and curriculum and normally has a regularly organized body of students in attendance at the place where its educational activities are carried on, as a student in a full-time program, taken for credit at the institution, which combines academic instruction with work experience, if the service is an integral part of the program, and the institution has so certified to the employer. This section does not apply to service performed in a program established for or on behalf of an employer or group of employers.

      (Added to NRS by , ; A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed by student or spouse under school program for financial assistance to student excluded.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include service performed in the employ of a school, college or university if the service is performed by:

      1.&#;&#;A student who is enrolled and is regularly attending classes at the school, college or university.

      2.&#;&#;The spouse of a student, if the spouse is advised at the time the spouse commences performing the service that the employment is provided under a program to provide financial assistance to the student by the school, college or university and the employment will not be covered by any program of unemployment compensation.

      (Added to NRS by , ; A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed in employ of corporation or foundation organized and operated for religious, charitable, educational or scientific purposes or for prevention of cruelty to children or animals excluded.&#;&#;“Employment” shall not include service performed in the employ of a corporation, community chest, fund, or foundation, organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, literary, hospital or educational purposes, or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals, no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual except as provided in NRS

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed in employ of charitable, religious or other nonprofit organization.

      1.&#;&#;“Employment” includes service by a person in the employ of:

      (a)&#;Corporations; or

      (b)&#;Any community chest, fund or foundation organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, testing for public safety, literary or educational purposes, or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals, no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or person, no substantial part of the activities of which is carrying on propaganda, or otherwise attempting, to influence legislation, and which does not participate in, or intervene in (including the publishing or distributing of statements), any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office, only if the following conditions are met:

             (1)&#;The service is excluded from “employment” as defined in the Federal Unemployment Tax Act solely by reason of 26 U.S.C. § (c)(8).

             (2)&#;The organization had four or more persons in employment for some portion of a day in each of 20 different weeks, whether or not such weeks were consecutive, within either the current or preceding calendar year, regardless of whether they were employed at the same moment of time.

      2.&#;&#;For the purposes of subsection 1 the term “employment” does not apply to service performed:

      (a)&#;In the employ of:

             (1)&#;A church or convention or association of churches; or

             (2)&#;An organization which is operated primarily for religious purposes and which is operated, supervised, controlled or principally supported by a church or convention or association of churches;

      (b)&#;By a duly ordained, commissioned or licensed minister of a church in the exercise of his or her ministry or by a member of a religious order in the exercise of duties required by such order;

      (c)&#;In a facility conducted for the purpose of carrying out a program of rehabilitation for persons whose earning capacity is impaired by age or physical or mental deficiency or injury or providing remunerative work for persons who because of their impaired physical or mental capacity cannot be readily absorbed in the competitive labor market by a person receiving such rehabilitation or remunerative work; or

      (d)&#;As part of an unemployment work-relief or work-training program assisted or financed in whole or in part by any federal agency or an agency of a state or political subdivision thereof, by a person receiving such work relief or work training.

      (Added to NRS by , ; A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed in employ of Indian tribe included; exceptions.

      1.&#;&#;“Employment” includes service performed in the employ of an Indian tribe, or of any political subdivision thereof, or of any subsidiary or business enterprise wholly owned by an Indian tribe alone or in conjunction with one or more other Indian tribes or political subdivisions thereof, which is excluded from the definition of “employment” by the provisions of 26 U.S.C. § (c)(7), as amended, except service:

      (a)&#;As an elected official;

      (b)&#;As a council member or a member of the judiciary of a tribe or a political subdivision thereof;

      (c)&#;In employment serving on a temporary basis in case of fire, storm, snow, earthquake, flood or similar emergency;

      (d)&#;In a position which, pursuant to tribal law, is designated as a major nontenured policymaking or advisory position, or a policymaking or advisory position the performance of the duties of which ordinarily does not require more than 8 hours per week; or

      (e)&#;By an inmate of a custodial or penal institution.

      2.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include service performed:

      (a)&#;In a facility conducted for the purpose of carrying out a program of rehabilitation for persons whose earning capacity is impaired by age or physical or mental deficiency or injury, or providing remunerative work for persons who, because of their impaired physical or mental capacity, cannot be readily absorbed in the competitive labor market, by a person receiving such rehabilitation or remunerative work; or

      (b)&#;As part of an unemployment work-relief or work-training program assisted or financed in whole or in part by any federal agency or an agency of a state or political subdivision thereof, by a person receiving such work relief or work training.

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed in employment covered by federal system for compensation of unemployed persons excluded; reciprocal agreements by Administrator.

      1.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include service performed after June 30, , in the employ of an employer as defined in the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act (45 U.S.C. §§ et seq.) and service with respect to which unemployment compensation is payable under any other unemployment compensation system established by an Act of Congress.

      2.&#;&#;The Administrator shall enter into agreements with the proper agencies under such Act or Acts of Congress, which agreements must become effective 10 days after publication thereof in one or more newspapers of general circulation in this State, to provide reciprocal treatment to persons who have, after acquiring potential rights to benefits under this chapter, acquired rights to unemployment compensation under such Act or Acts of Congress, or who have, after acquiring potential rights to unemployment compensation under such Act or Acts of Congress, acquired rights to benefits under this chapter.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , 96; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service by minor in delivery of newspapers excluded.&#;&#;“Employment” shall not include service by an individual under the age of 18 years in the delivery or distribution of newspapers or shopping news, not including delivery or distribution to any point for subsequent delivery or distribution.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ]

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service by licensed real estate salesperson or broker excluded.&#;&#;“Employment” shall not include services performed by a licensed real estate salesperson or licensed real estate broker who is employed as a salesperson or associate broker by another licensed real estate broker, whether such services are performed for such employer or for a third person, if such services are performed for remuneration solely by way of commission.

      (Added to NRS by , 59)

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service by lessees engaged in mining excluded.&#;&#;“Employment” shall not include service performed by lessees engaged in mining under lease agreements unless the individual lease agreement or the practice in actual operations under such agreement is such as would constitute the lessees employees of the lessor at common law.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ]

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Domestic service in employ of college fraternity or sorority excluded; exception.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include domestic service performed in the employ of a local chapter of a college fraternity or sorority unless the amount paid in cash wages by an employer or employing unit is $1, or more for service performed during any calendar quarter of the current calendar year or the preceding calendar year.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Services as agent-driver, commission-driver or solicitor of orders included; exceptions.

      1.&#;&#;“Employment” means any service performed:

      (a)&#;As an agent-driver or commission-driver engaged in distributing meat products, vegetable products, fruit products, bakery products, beverage (other than milk) or laundry or dry-cleaning services, for the principal of the agent-driver or commission-driver, as applicable.

      (b)&#;As a traveling or city salesperson, other than as an agent-driver or commission-driver, engaged upon a full-time basis in the solicitation on behalf of, and the transmission to, the principal of the traveling or city salesperson, as applicable (except for sideline sales activities on behalf of some other person) of orders from wholesalers, retailers, contractors or operators of hotels, restaurants or other similar establishments for merchandise for resale or supplies for use in their business operations.

      2.&#;&#;For purposes of this section, the term “employment” includes services described in subsection 1 performed after December 31, , only if:

      (a)&#;The contract of service contemplates that substantially all of the services are to be performed personally by such individual;

      (b)&#;The individual does not have a substantial investment in facilities used in connection with the performance of the services (other than in facilities for transportation); and

      (c)&#;The services are not in the nature of a single transaction that is not part of a continuing relationship with the person for whom the services are performed.

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Services performed by person selling or soliciting the sale of products in certain circumstances excluded.

      1.&#;&#;“Employment” does not include services performed by a person who:

      (a)&#;Directly sells or solicits the sale of products, in person or by telephone:

             (1)&#;On the basis of a deposit, commission, purchase for resale or similar arrangement specified by the Administrator by regulation, if the products are to be resold to another person in his or her home or place other than a retail store; or

             (2)&#;To another person from his or her home or place other than a retail store;

      (b)&#;Receives compensation or remuneration based on his or her sales or the services the person performs for customers rather than for the number of hours that the person works; and

      (c)&#;Performs pursuant to a written agreement with the person for whom the services are performed which provides that the person who performs the services is not an employee for the purposes of this chapter.

      2.&#;&#;As used in this section, “product” means a tangible good or an intangible service, or both.

      (Added to NRS by , ; A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment”: Service performed during half or more of pay period determined by nature of entire service.&#;&#;If the services performed during one-half or more of any pay period by an individual for the employing unit constitute employment, all the services of such individual for such period shall be deemed to be employment; but if the services performed during more than one-half of any such period by an individual for the employing unit do not constitute employment then none of the services of such individual for such period shall be deemed to be employment.

      [Part ; renumbered in error , , ; A , ; , ; , ; renumbered and A , ]

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Employment office” defined.&#;&#;“Employment office” means a free public employment office or branch thereof, operated by this State or maintained as a part of a state-controlled system of public employment offices.

      [; renumbered , , ; NCL § ]

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Fund” defined.&#;&#;“Fund” means the Unemployment Compensation Fund established by this chapter, to which all contributions, other than special bond contributions, as defined in NRS , or payments in lieu of contributions, are required to be deposited and from which all benefits provided under this chapter shall be paid and from which the principal due on a bond which is attributable to the payment of benefits under Title XII of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ et seq., as amended, or which is attributable to the repayment of the principal of a federal advance, in each case, exclusive of interest on the bond or bond administrative expenses, as defined in NRS , may be paid.

      [; renumbered , , ; NCL § ] &#; (NRS A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Hospital” defined.&#;&#;“Hospital” means an institution which has been licensed, certified or approved by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services.

      (Added to NRS by , ; A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Indian tribe” defined.&#;&#;“Indian tribe” has the meaning ascribed to it in 26 U.S.C. § (u), as amended.

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Institution of higher education” defined.&#;&#;“Institution of higher education” means an educational institution which:

      1.&#;&#;Admits as regular students only persons having a certificate of graduation from a high school or the recognized equivalent of such a certificate;

      2.&#;&#;Is legally authorized within this State to provide a program of education beyond high school;

      3.&#;&#;Provides an educational program for which it awards a Bachelor’s or higher degree, or provides a program which is acceptable for full credit toward such a degree, or offers a program of training to prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation; and

      4.&#;&#;Is a public or other nonprofit institution.

Ê For the purposes of this section, all colleges and universities of this State are institutions of higher education.

      (Added to NRS by , ; A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Insured worker” defined.&#;&#;An “insured worker” is one who has been paid wages within his or her base period, from employers, in an amount sufficient to qualify for benefits.

      [; added , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Signature” defined.

      1.&#;&#;“Signature” means the signature of the State Treasurer and the countersignature of the Administrator or his or her duly authorized agent for that purpose.

      2.&#;&#;Particularly, but without limitation, “signature,” in NRS to , inclusive, means and shall be deemed to mean not only the handwritten signature or countersignature of such officers or agent but also their facsimile signatures when stamped upon such warrants as are referred to in this chapter.

      [9 1/; added , 12; A , ; NCL § 1/2] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“State” defined.&#;&#;“State” includes, in addition to the states of the United States of America, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

      [; renumbered , , ; NCL § ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Unemployed” defined; regulations by Administrator; exceptions. [Effective until the earlier of the date on which the Administrator of the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation notifies the Governor and the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau that sufficient resources are available to enable the Division to carry out the provisions increasing the amount of remuneration that a person may receive and be deemed to be unemployed, or October 4, ]

      1.&#;&#;A person shall be deemed “unemployed” in any week during which the person performs no services and with respect to which no remuneration is payable to the person or in any week of less than full-time work if the remuneration payable to the person with respect to such week is less than the person’s weekly benefit amount if the person has no dependents or less than the person’s augmented weekly benefit amount if the person has dependents.

      2.&#;&#;The Administrator shall adopt regulations applicable to unemployed persons, making such distinctions in the procedures as to total unemployment, partial unemployment of persons who were totally unemployed, partial unemployment of persons who retain their regular employment and other forms of part-time work, as the Administrator deems necessary.

      3.&#;&#;No person shall be deemed to be unemployed in any week in which the person:

      (a)&#;Is self-employed;

      (b)&#;Receives benefits for a temporary total disability or a temporary partial disability pursuant to chapters A to D, inclusive, or of NRS; or

      (c)&#;Receives money for rehabilitative services pursuant to chapters A to D, inclusive, or of NRS.

      [; renumbered , , ; A , ; , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , , ; , )

      NRS&#;&#;&#;“Unemployed” defined; regulations by Administrator; exceptions. [Effective on the earlier of the date on which the Administrator of the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation notifies the Governor and the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau that sufficient resources are available to enable the Division to carry out the provisions increasing the amount of remuneration that a person may receive and be deemed to be unemployed, or October 5, ]

      1.&#;&#;A person shall be deemed “unemployed” in any week during which the person performs no services and with respect to which no remuneration is payable to the person or in any week of less than full-time work if the remuneration payable to the person with respect to such week is less than one and one-half times the person’s weekly benefit amount if the person has no dependents or less than one and one-half times the person’s augmented weekly benefit amount if the person has dependents.

      2.&#;&#;The Administrator shall adopt regulations applicable to unemployed persons, making such distinctions in the procedures as to total unemployment, partial unemployment of persons who were totally unemployed, partial unemployment of persons who retain their regular employment and other forms of part-time work, as the Administrator deems necessary.

      3.&#;&#;No person shall be deemed to be unemployed in any week in which the person:

      (a)&#;Is self-employed;

      (b)&#;Receives benefits for a temporary total disability or a temporary partial disability pursuant to chapters A to D, inclusive, or of NRS; or

      (c)&#;Receives money for rehabilitative services pursuant to chapters A to D, inclusive, or of NRS.

      [; renumbered , , ; A , ; , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , , ; , ; , 32nd Special Session, 82, effective on the earlier of the date on which the Administrator of the Employment Security Division of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation notifies the Governor and the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau that sufficient resources are available to enable the Division to carry out the provisions increasing the amount of remuneration that a person may receive and be deemed to be unemployed, or October 5, )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Wages” defined.

      1.&#;&#;“Wages” means:

      (a)&#;All remuneration paid for personal services, including commissions and bonuses and the cash value of all remuneration payable in any medium other than cash; and

      (b)&#;Income from tips reported by an employee to his or her employer pursuant to 26 U.S.C. § (a). For the purposes of determining income from tips:

             (1)&#;Such reports may not be amended.

             (2)&#;Tips reported after the 10th day of the month following the calendar month in which they were received may not be included or used in any claim for benefits.

      2.&#;&#;The reasonable cash value of remuneration payable in any medium other than cash must be estimated and determined in accordance with regulations adopted by the Administrator. To determine insured status only, back pay awards must be allocated to the quarters with respect to which they were paid.

      3.&#;&#;“Wages” does not include:

      (a)&#;The amount of any payment made, including any amount paid by an employing unit for insurance or annuities, or into a fund, to provide for any such payment, to or on behalf of a person or any dependents of the person under a plan or system established by an employing unit which makes provision generally for persons performing service for it, or for those persons generally and their dependents, or for a class or classes of those persons, or for a class or classes of those persons and their dependents, on account of:

             (1)&#;Retirement;

             (2)&#;Sickness or accident disability;

             (3)&#;Medical or hospitalization expenses in connection with sickness or accident disability; or

             (4)&#;Death.

      (b)&#;The amount of any payment made by an employing unit to a person performing service for it, including any amount paid by an employing unit for insurance or annuities, or into a fund, to provide for any such payment, on account of retirement.

      (c)&#;The amount of any payment on account of sickness or accident disability, or medical or hospitalization expenses in connection with sickness or accident disability by an employing unit to or on behalf of a person performing services for it after the expiration of 6 calendar months following the last calendar month in which the person performed services for the employing unit.

      (d)&#;The amount of any payment made by an employing unit to or on behalf of a person performing services for it or a beneficiary of the person:

             (1)&#;From or to a trust described in Section (a) which is exempt from tax under Section (a) of the Internal Revenue Code of at the time of the payment unless the payment is made to a person performing services for the trust as remuneration for such services and not as a beneficiary of the trust; or

             (2)&#;Under or to an annuity plan which, at the time of the payment, meets the requirements of Section (a)(3), (4), (5) and (6) of the Internal Revenue Code of

      (e)&#;The payment by an employing unit, without deduction from the remuneration of the person in its employ, of the tax imposed upon a person in its employ, under Section of the Internal Revenue Code of with respect to services performed for the employing unit.

      (f)&#;Remuneration paid in any medium other than cash to any person who performs agricultural labor or to a person for service not in the course of the employing unit’s trade or business.

      (g)&#;The amount of any payment, other than vacation or sick pay, made to a person after the month in which the person attains the age of 65, if the person did not perform services for the employing unit in the period for which the payment is made.

      [; renumbered , , ; A , ; , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Week” defined.&#;&#;“Week” means such period of 7 consecutive calendar days as the Administrator may by regulations prescribe.

      [; renumbered , , ; NCL § ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;“Weekly benefit amount” defined.&#;&#;An individual’s “weekly benefit amount” means the amount of benefit the individual would be entitled to receive for 1 week of total unemployment.

      [; renumbered , , ; NCL § ]

ADMINISTRATION

NRS&#;&#;&#;Administrator: Appointment; classification; administrative authority; other employment prohibited; exception.

      1.&#;&#;The Division is administered by a full-time salaried Administrator, who is appointed by the Director of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation and who serves at the pleasure of the Director.

      2.&#;&#;The Administrator:

      (a)&#;Is in the unclassified service of the State.

      (b)&#;Has full administrative authority with respect to the operation and functions of the Division.

      (c)&#;Except as otherwise provided in NRS , shall devote his or her entire time and attention to the business of his or her office and shall not pursue any other business or occupation or hold any other office of profit.

      [; NCL § b] + [; A , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , 96)

NRS&#;&#;&#;General powers and duties of Administrator.&#;&#;The Administrator:

      1.&#;&#;Shall administer this chapter.

      2.&#;&#;Is responsible for the administration, through the Administrator of the Commission on Postsecondary Education, of the provisions of NRS to , inclusive.

      3.&#;&#;Has power and authority to adopt, amend or rescind such rules and regulations consistent with the provisions of federal law, to employ, in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, such persons, make such expenditures, require such reports, make such investigations, and take such other action as the Administrator deems necessary or suitable to that end.

      4.&#;&#;Shall determine his or her own organization and methods of procedure for the Division in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.

      5.&#;&#;To the extent allowed by federal law, may, by regulation, suspend, modify, amend or waive any requirement of this chapter for the duration of a state of emergency or declaration of disaster proclaimed pursuant to NRS and for any additional period of time during which the emergency or disaster directly affects the requirement of this chapter if:

      (a)&#;The Administrator determines the action is:

             (1)&#;In the best interest of the Division, this State or the general health, safety and welfare of the citizens of this State; or

             (2)&#;Necessary to comply with instructions received from the Department of Labor; and

      (b)&#;The action of the Administrator is approved by the Governor.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , ; , 32nd Special Session, 83)

NRS&#;&#;&#;Official seal of Administrator; judicial notice.&#;&#;The Administrator shall have an official seal which must be judicially noticed.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Lease-purchase agreements for purchase of office buildings and land; assurances by State of Nevada.

      1.&#;&#;The Administrator, subject to the provisions of this section, may enter into lease-purchase agreements with any persons, corporations, associations or partnerships for the purchase of office buildings and the land upon which the buildings are located. Rentals to the lessor must be paid by the Division, or any agency which may hereafter absorb the employment security program.

      2.&#;&#;The Administrator may take title in the name of the State of Nevada to premises which are the subject of such a lease-purchase agreement upon fulfillment of the terms of the agreement.

      3.&#;&#;All lease-purchase agreements heretofore entered into by the Administrator are hereby ratified, confirmed and adopted.

      4.&#;&#;The State of Nevada hereby assures the Employment and Training Administration of the United States Department of Labor that upon the amortization of the costs of any building and premises heretofore or hereafter purchased or agreed to be purchased for the use of the Division pursuant to any lease-purchase agreement, the Division may continue to occupy the building without the payment of rent, and will be assessed only the reasonable cost of operation and maintenance of the building.

      5.&#;&#;If it becomes necessary for the Division to be moved from any such building after it has been purchased through the amortization of the cost thereof, the State of Nevada hereby gives assurance that other substantially similar space will be furnished to the Division without further payments by the Division or the Employment and Training Administration of the United States Department of Labor, other than payment of the reasonable cost of operation and maintenance thereof.

      6.&#;&#;If it becomes necessary for the Division to be moved from any such building before the cost thereof has been completely amortized, the State of Nevada hereby gives assurance that credit will be allowed for the amount of money granted to the Division by the Employment and Training Administration of the United States Department of Labor for the partial amortization of the building to the end that money granted by the Employment and Training Administration for the use of substantially similar space will not exceed the amount which the Division would have been obligated to pay if it had remained in the premises.

      (Added to NRS by , ; A , 9; , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Personnel of Division: Selection; classification; compensation; duties; stipends for educational leave.

      1.&#;&#;For the purpose of ensuring the impartial selection of personnel on the basis of merit, the Administrator shall fill all positions in the Division, except the post of Administrator and Senior Attorney, from registers prepared by the Division of Human Resource Management of the Department of Administration, in conformity with such rules, regulations and classification and compensation plans relating to the selection of personnel as may be adopted or prescribed by the Administrator.

      2.&#;&#;The Administrator shall select all personnel either from the first five candidates on the eligible lists as provided in this chapter, or from the highest rating candidate within a radius of 60 miles of the place in which the duties of the position will be performed. The Administrator may fix the compensation and prescribe the duties and powers of such personnel, including such officers, accountants, attorneys, experts, and other persons as may be necessary in the performance of the duties under this chapter, and may delegate to any such person such power and authority as the Administrator deems reasonable and proper for its effective administration.

      3.&#;&#;The Administrator shall classify positions under this chapter and shall establish salary schedules and minimum personnel standards for the positions so classified. The Administrator shall devise and establish fair and reasonable regulations governing promotions, demotions and terminations for cause in accordance with such established personnel practices as will tend to promote the morale and welfare of the organization.

      4.&#;&#;The Administrator may grant educational leave stipends to officers and employees of the Division if all of the cost of the educational leave stipends may be paid from money of the Federal Government.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] + [; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Quarterly report of Administrator.

      1.&#;&#;The Administrator of the Division shall, for each calendar quarter, gather aggregate unemployment data concerning veterans, including, without limitation, benefits paid to veterans, and report such data to the Interagency Council on Veterans Affairs.

      2.&#;&#;As used in this section, “veteran” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Regulations for internal management.&#;&#;Regulations for the internal management of the Division which do not affect private rights or procedures available to the public may be adopted, amended or rescinded by the Administrator and become effective in the manner and at the time prescribed by the Administrator.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , 96; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Emergency regulations.

      1.&#;&#;If the Administrator determines that an emergency exists, the Administrator shall submit to the Governor a written statement of the emergency which sets forth the reasons for the determination. If the Governor endorses the statement of the emergency by written endorsement at the end of the full text of the statement of emergency on the original copy of a proposed regulation and the proposed regulation is consistent with federal law, the regulation may be adopted. If the Administrator adopts the regulation, the Administrator shall submit the adopted emergency regulation to the Legislative Counsel for transmission to the Legislative Commission to determine whether the emergency regulation is consistent with federal law, conforms to statutory authority and carries out the intent of the Legislature in granting that authority. The statement of the emergency endorsed by the Governor must be included as a part of the regulation for all purposes.

      2.&#;&#;If practicable, the Administrator shall, not later than 9 a.m. on the first working day before the date on which the emergency regulation is submitted to the Legislative Counsel pursuant to subsection 1, make the emergency regulation available to the public by:

      (a)&#;Providing a copy of the emergency regulation to a member of the public upon request; and

      (b)&#;Making a copy of the emergency regulation available on its website on the Internet, if any.

      3.&#;&#;If practicable, the Administrator shall, not later than 9 a.m. on the first working day before the date of any hearing at which the agency considers the emergency regulation, make the version of the proposed emergency regulation that will be considered at the hearing available to the public by:

      (a)&#;Providing a copy of the proposed emergency regulation to a member of the public upon request; and

      (b)&#;Making a copy of the proposed emergency regulation available on its website on the Internet, if any.

      4.&#;&#;The Legislative Commission has 15 days after the submission of an emergency regulation to the Legislative Counsel by the Administrator pursuant to subsection 1 to consider the emergency regulation. If the Legislative Commission:

      (a)&#;Does not consider the emergency regulation during the day period, the emergency regulation is deemed approved and the Legislative Counsel shall promptly file the emergency regulation with the Secretary of State and notify the Administrator of the filing.

      (b)&#;Considers the emergency regulation during the day period and:

             (1)&#;Approves the emergency regulation, the Legislative Counsel shall promptly file the emergency regulation with the Secretary of State and notify the Administrator of the filing.

             (2)&#;Objects to the emergency regulation after finding that the emergency regulation is not consistent with federal law or does not conform to statutory authority or carry out legislative intent, the Legislative Counsel shall attach to the emergency regulation a written notice of the objection and shall promptly return the emergency regulation to the Administrator. An emergency regulation returned to the Administrator pursuant to this subparagraph or any substantially identical regulation does not become effective until the regulation, including any amendment to the regulation determined to be necessary by the Administrator to address the objection of the Legislative Commission, is approved by the Legislative Commission at a subsequent meeting.

      5.&#;&#;An emergency regulation adopted pursuant to this section becomes effective when the Legislative Counsel files with the Secretary of State the original of the final draft or revision of the emergency regulation, together with the informational statement prepared pursuant to NRS B The Secretary of State shall maintain the original of the final draft or revision of each such emergency regulation in a permanent file to be used only for the preparation of official copies.

      6.&#;&#;A regulation adopted pursuant to this section may be effective for a period of not longer than days.

      7.&#;&#;A regulation may be adopted by this emergency procedure more than once by the Administrator.

      8.&#;&#;If the Administrator adopts, after providing notice and the opportunity for a hearing as required in chapter B of NRS, a permanent or temporary regulation which becomes effective and is substantially identical to an effective emergency regulation, the emergency regulation expires automatically on the effective date of the temporary or permanent regulation.

      (Added to NRS by , 32nd Special Session, 81)

NRS&#;&#;&#;Administrative determinations: Whether employing unit constitutes employer; whether service constitutes employment; whether substantially common ownership, management or control exists; appeal.

      1.&#;&#;The Administrator may, upon his or her own motion or upon application of an employing unit, and after notice and opportunity for the employing unit to submit facts, make determinations with respect to whether an employing unit constitutes an employer and whether services performed for or in connection with the business of an employing unit constitute employment for that employing unit.

      2.&#;&#;The Administrator may, upon his or her own motion or upon the application of an employing unit, make a determination that substantially common ownership, management or control exists between any two or more employers.

      3.&#;&#;Appeal from any such determination may be taken in the manner prescribed by this chapter for the appeal of determinations respecting benefits.

      4.&#;&#;A determination of the Administrator which has not been appealed, or of the Appeal Tribunal, the Board of Review or the district court on appeal, together with the record, may be introduced in any proceeding involving a claim for benefits, and is conclusive as to the facts and the determination, unless the claimant introduces substantial evidence controverting a material fact so found.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Administrative determinations: Establishment of rates of contribution based upon experience; appeal.

      1.&#;&#;The Administrator, upon his or her own motion or upon application of an employer made within 15 days after notice of benefits charged to the employer’s experience rating record or of the establishment of the employer’s contribution rate, may, after notice and opportunity for the employer to submit facts, make determinations with respect to all matters pertinent to the establishment of a rate of contribution based upon experience. No employer may be permitted to contest under this section the chargeability of benefits based on a determination made pursuant to NRS to , inclusive, except for the reason that services included in the determination were not performed for the employer or that there is error in the amount of wages included therein.

      2.&#;&#;Appeal from any such determination may be taken in the manner prescribed by this chapter for the appeal of determinations respecting benefits.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Provision of certain documents or communications by electronic mail or other electronic communication.

      1.&#;&#;Except as otherwise provided by federal or state law, the Administrator or the Division may electronically provide a form, notice, claim, bill or other document or communication to a person if the person has requested to receive communications by electronic transmission, by electronic mail or other electronic communication.

      2.&#;&#;The electronic provision of a form, notice, claim, bill or other document or communication pursuant to subsection 1 does not satisfy or relieve the Administrator or Division of any obligation under federal or state law to provide the form, notice, claim, bill or other document or communication in the manner required by the applicable state or federal law.

      (Added to NRS by , 32nd Special Session, 81)

NRS&#;&#;&#;Records and reports of employing units: Inspection; destruction.

      1.&#;&#;Each employing unit shall keep true and accurate work records, containing such information as the Administrator may prescribe. Such records must be open to inspection and may be copied by the Administrator or the Administrator’s authorized representatives or the Department of Taxation at any reasonable time and as often as may be necessary.

      2.&#;&#;The Administrator, the Board of Review, or any Appeal Tribunal may require from any employing unit any sworn or unsworn reports, with respect to persons employed by it, which the Administrator or the Board of Review deems necessary for the effective administration of this chapter.

      3.&#;&#;Except as limited by this subsection, the Administrator may:

      (a)&#;Destroy any letter of the Division and any form, benefit determination or redetermination, ruling, employer’s status or contribution report, wage slip report, claim record, wage list or any auxiliary computer file related thereto at the expiration of 4 years after the record was originated or filed with the Division; or

      (b)&#;Destroy such records at any time after having microfilmed them in the manner and on film or paper that complies with the minimum standards of quality approved for such microfilmed records by the American National Standards Institute. The microfilmed records must be retained for not less than 4 years.

Ê This subsection does not apply to records pertaining to grants, accounts or expenditures for administration, or to the records of the Unemployment Compensation Administration Fund.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , 28; , 96)

NRS&#;&#;&#;Disclosure of information by Employment Security Division and Administrator; duty of Division of Industrial Relations of Department of Business and Industry to provide certain information to Administrator; penalty for improper use or dissemination of certain information; privileged communications.

      1.&#;&#;Except as otherwise provided in this section and NRS , and , information obtained from any employing unit or person pursuant to the administration of this chapter and any determination as to the benefit rights of any person is confidential and may not be disclosed or be open to public inspection in any manner which would reveal the person’s or employing unit’s identity.

      2.&#;&#;Any claimant or a legal representative of a claimant is entitled to information from the records of the Division, to the extent necessary for the proper presentation of the claimant’s claim in any proceeding pursuant to this chapter. A claimant or an employing unit is not entitled to information from the records of the Division for any other purpose.

      3.&#;&#;The Administrator may, in accordance with a cooperative agreement among all participants in the statewide longitudinal data system developed pursuant to NRS and administered pursuant to NRS , make the information obtained by the Division available to:

      (a)&#;The Board of Regents of the University of Nevada for the purpose of complying with the provisions of subsection 4 of NRS ; and

      (b)&#;The Director of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation for the purpose of complying with the provisions of paragraph (d) of subsection 1 of NRS

      4.&#;&#;Subject to such restrictions as the Administrator may by regulation prescribe, the information obtained by the Division may be made available to:

      (a)&#;Any agency of this or any other state or any federal agency charged with the administration or enforcement of laws relating to unemployment compensation, public assistance, workers’ compensation or labor and industrial relations, or the maintenance of a system of public employment offices;

      (b)&#;Any state or local agency for the enforcement of child support;

      (c)&#;The Internal Revenue Service of the Department of the Treasury;

      (d)&#;The Department of Taxation;

      (e)&#;The State Contractors’ Board in the performance of its duties to enforce the provisions of chapter of NRS; and

      (f)&#;The Secretary of State to operate the state business portal established pursuant to chapter 75A of NRS for the purposes of verifying that data submitted via the portal has satisfied the necessary requirements established by the Division, and as necessary to maintain the technical integrity and functionality of the state business portal established pursuant to chapter 75A of NRS.

Ê Information obtained in connection with the administration of the Division may be made available to persons or agencies for purposes appropriate to the operation of a public employment service or a public assistance program.

      5.&#;&#;Upon written request made by the State Controller or a public officer of a local government, the Administrator shall furnish from the records of the Division the name, address and place of employment of any person listed in the records of employment of the Division. The request may be made electronically and must set forth the social security number of the person about whom the request is made and contain a statement signed by the proper authority of the State Controller or local government certifying that the request is made to allow the proper authority to enforce a law to recover a debt or obligation assigned to the State Controller for collection or owed to the local government, as applicable. Except as otherwise provided in NRS , the information obtained by the State Controller or local government is confidential and may not be used or disclosed for any purpose other than the collection of a debt or obligation assigned to the State Controller for collection or owed to that local government. The Administrator may charge a reasonable fee for the cost of providing the requested information.

      6.&#;&#;The Administrator may publish or otherwise provide information on the names of employers, their addresses, their type or class of business or industry, and the approximate number of employees employed by each such employer, if the information released will assist unemployed persons to obtain employment or will be generally useful in developing and diversifying the economic interests of this State. Upon request by a state agency which is able to demonstrate that its intended use of the information will benefit the residents of this State, the Administrator may, in addition to the information listed in this subsection, disclose the number of employees employed by each employer and the total wages paid by each employer. The Administrator may charge a fee to cover the actual costs of any administrative expenses relating to the disclosure of this information to a state agency. The Administrator may require the state agency to certify in writing that the agency will take all actions necessary to maintain the confidentiality of the information and prevent its unauthorized disclosure.

      7.&#;&#;Upon request therefor, the Administrator shall furnish to any agency of the United States charged with the administration of public works or assistance through public employment, and may furnish to any state agency similarly charged, the name, address, ordinary occupation and employment status of each recipient of benefits and the recipient’s rights to further benefits pursuant to this chapter.

      8.&#;&#;To further a current criminal investigation, the chief executive officer of any law enforcement agency of this State may submit a written request to the Administrator that the Administrator furnish, from the records of the Division, the name, address and place of employment of any person listed in the records of employment of the Division. The request must set forth the social security number of the person about whom the request is made and contain a statement signed by the chief executive officer certifying that the request is made to further a criminal investigation currently being conducted by the agency. Upon receipt of such a request, the Administrator shall furnish the information requested. The Administrator may charge a fee to cover the actual costs of any related administrative expenses.

      9.&#;&#;In addition to the provisions of subsection 6, the Administrator shall provide lists containing the names and addresses of employers, and information regarding the wages paid by each employer to the Department of Taxation, upon request, for use in verifying returns for the taxes imposed pursuant to chapters A, B and C of NRS. The Administrator may charge a fee to cover the actual costs of any related administrative expenses.

      &#;&#;Upon the request of any district judge or jury commissioner of the judicial district in which the county is located, the Administrator shall, in accordance with other agreements entered into with other district courts and in compliance with 20 C.F.R. Part , and any other applicable federal laws and regulations governing the Division, furnish the name, address and date of birth of persons who receive benefits in any county, for use in the selection of trial jurors pursuant to NRS The court or jury commissioner who requests the list of such persons shall reimburse the Division for the reasonable cost of providing the requested information.

      &#;&#;The Division of Industrial Relations of the Department of Business and Industry shall periodically submit to the Administrator, from information in the index of claims established pursuant to NRS B, a list containing the name of each person who received benefits pursuant to chapters A to D, inclusive, or chapter of NRS. Upon receipt of that information, the Administrator shall compare the information so provided with the records of the Employment Security Division regarding persons claiming benefits pursuant to this chapter for the same period. The information submitted by the Division of Industrial Relations must be in a form determined by the Administrator and must contain the social security number of each such person. If it appears from the information submitted that a person is simultaneously claiming benefits under this chapter and under chapters A to D, inclusive, or chapter of NRS, the Administrator shall notify the Attorney General or any other appropriate law enforcement agency.

      &#;&#;The Administrator may request the Comptroller of the Currency of the United States to cause an examination of the correctness of any return or report of any national banking association rendered pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, and may in connection with the request transmit any such report or return to the Comptroller of the Currency of the United States as provided in section (c) of the Internal Revenue Code of

      &#;&#;The Administrator, any employee or other person acting on behalf of the Administrator, or any employee or other person acting on behalf of an agency or entity allowed to access information obtained from any employing unit or person in the administration of this chapter, or any person who has obtained a list of applicants for work, or of claimants or recipients of benefits pursuant to this chapter, is guilty of a gross misdemeanor if he or she:

      (a)&#;Uses or permits the use of the list for any political purpose;

      (b)&#;Uses or permits the use of the list for any purpose other than one authorized by the Administrator or by law; or

      (c)&#;Fails to protect and prevent the unauthorized use or dissemination of information derived from the list.

      &#;&#;All letters, reports or communications of any kind, oral or written, from the employer or employee to each other or to the Division or any of its agents, representatives or employees are privileged and must not be the subject matter or basis for any lawsuit if the letter, report or communication is written, sent, delivered or prepared pursuant to the requirements of this chapter.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , , ; , ; , ; , , , ; , , , , , ; , , , ; , ; , ; , 20th Special Session, ; , ; , 96, ; , , , , , ; , , , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Depositions; subpoenas; payment of witnesses.

      1.&#;&#;In the discharge of the duties imposed by this chapter, the Administrator, an Appeal Tribunal created by this chapter, the members of the Board of Review and any authorized representatives of any of them may:

      (a)&#;Take depositions.

      (b)&#;Certify to official acts.

      (c)&#;Issue subpoenas to compel the attendance of witnesses and the production of books, papers, correspondence, memoranda, and other records deemed necessary as evidence in connection with an appealed claim or the administration of this chapter.

      2.&#;&#;Witness fees may be paid to those witnesses in the amounts provided by law for witnesses in a district court.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , 96; , ; , 62)

NRS&#;&#;&#;Order to appear and testify; penalty for failure to obey court order or subpoena of Administrator or Board of Review.

      1.&#;&#;In case of contumacy by a person, or refusal to obey a subpoena issued to any person, any district court of this State within the jurisdiction of which the inquiry is carried on or within the jurisdiction of which the person guilty of contumacy or refusal to obey is found or resides or transacts business, upon application by the Administrator, the Board of Review, an Appeal Tribunal, or any duly authorized representative of any of them, shall have jurisdiction to issue to such person an order requiring such person to appear before the Administrator, the Board of Review, an Appeal Tribunal or any duly authorized representative of any of them, there to produce evidence if so ordered or there to give testimony touching the matter under investigation or in question, and any failure to obey such order of the court may be punished by the court as a contempt thereof.

      2.&#;&#;Any person who, without just cause, fails or refuses to attend and testify or to answer any lawful inquiry or to produce books, papers, correspondence, memoranda, and other records, if it is in his or her power so to do, in obedience to a subpoena of the Administrator, the Board of Review, an Appeal Tribunal, or any duly authorized representative of any of them, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Each day such violation continues shall be deemed to be a separate offense.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Protection against self-incrimination.

      1.&#;&#;No person may be excused from attending and testifying or from producing books, papers, correspondence, memoranda and other records before the Administrator, the Board of Review, an Appeal Tribunal, or any duly authorized representative of any of them, or in obedience to the subpoena of any of them in any cause or proceeding before the Administrator, the Board of Review, or an Appeal Tribunal, on the ground that the testimony or evidence, documentary or otherwise, required of the person may tend to incriminate the person or subject the person to a penalty or forfeiture.

      2.&#;&#;No person may be prosecuted or subjected to any penalty or forfeiture, for or on account of any transaction, matter or thing concerning which the person is compelled, after having claimed his or her privilege against self-incrimination, to testify or produce evidence, documentary or otherwise, except that any person so testifying is not exempt from prosecution and punishment for perjury committed in so testifying.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Cooperation with Department of Labor.&#;&#;In the administration of this chapter the Administrator shall:

      1.&#;&#;Cooperate to the fullest extent consistent with the provisions of this chapter with the Department of Labor.

      2.&#;&#;Make such reports, in such form and containing such information as the Department of Labor may from time to time require.

      3.&#;&#;Comply with such provisions as the Department of Labor may from time to time find necessary to assure the correctness and verification of such reports.

      4.&#;&#;Comply with the regulations prescribed by the Department of Labor governing the expenditures of such sums as may be allotted and paid to this State by the Federal Government for the purpose of assisting in the administration of this chapter.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Advance to Unemployment Compensation Fund; application.

      1.&#;&#;The Administrator is authorized and directed to apply for an advance to the Unemployment Compensation Fund and to accept such advance in accordance with the conditions specified in Title XII of the Social Security Act, as amended.

      2.&#;&#;Upon request of the Administrator, the Governor shall make application for advances to the State of Nevada in accordance with the provisions of c. , 68 Stat. , approved August 5,

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Reciprocal arrangements with state and federal agencies.&#;&#;The Administrator is authorized to enter into reciprocal arrangements with the appropriate and duly authorized agencies of other states, or the Federal Government, or both, whereby:

      1.&#;&#;Services performed by a person for a single employing unit for which services are customarily performed by the person in more than one state, under circumstances not specifically provided for in NRS to , inclusive, shall be deemed to be service performed entirely within any one of the states in which any part of the person’s service is performed, or in which the person has his or her residence, or in which the employing unit maintains a place of business, provided there is in effect, as to such services, an election by an employing unit with the acquiescence of the person, approved by the agency charged with the administration of that state’s unemployment compensation law, pursuant to which services performed by the person for that employing unit are deemed to be performed entirely within that state.

      2.&#;&#;Potential rights to benefits accumulated under the unemployment compensation laws of one or more states or under one or more such laws of the Federal Government, or both, may constitute the basis for the payment of benefits through a single appropriate agency under terms which the Administrator finds will be fair and reasonable as to all affected interests and will not result in any substantial loss to the Unemployment Compensation Fund.

      3.

      4.&#;&#;The Administrator shall participate in such arrangements for the payment of compensation on the basis of combining a person’s wages and employment covered under this chapter with the person’s wages and employment covered under the unemployment compensation laws of other states as may be approved by the Secretary of Labor in consultation with the state unemployment compensation agencies as reasonably calculated to assure the prompt and full payment of compensation in such situations and which include provisions for applying the base period of this or any other single state law to a claim involving the combining of a person’s wages and employment covered under two or more state Unemployment Compensation Laws, and avoiding the duplicate use of wages and employment by reason of such combining.

      5.&#;&#;Contributions due under this chapter with respect to wages shall for the purposes of NRS to , inclusive, be deemed to have been paid to the Unemployment Compensation Fund as of the date payment was made as contributions therefor under another state or federal unemployment compensation law, but no such arrangement may be entered into unless it contains provisions for such reimbursement to the Unemployment Compensation Fund of such contributions as the Administrator finds will be fair and reasonable as to all affected interests.

      [Part ; A , ; NCL § h] &#; (NRS A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Reimbursements in accordance with reciprocal arrangements.

      1.&#;&#;Reimbursements paid from the Unemployment Compensation Fund pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS shall be deemed to be benefits for the purposes of this chapter.

      2.&#;&#;The Administrator is authorized to make to other state or federal agencies, and to receive from such other state or federal agencies, reimbursements from or to the Unemployment Compensation Fund, in accordance with arrangements entered into pursuant to NRS

      [Part ; A , ; NCL § h] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Employment Security Council: Creation; membership; compensation of members; meetings; Secretary; Board of Review.

      1.&#;&#;The Nevada Employment Security Council, consisting of nine members appointed by the Governor, is hereby created to assure an impartial development of administrative policies within the Division.

      2.&#;&#;The Governor shall appoint members who represent an equal number of employer representatives and employee representatives who may fairly be regarded as representative because of their vocation, employment or affiliations, and members who are representatives of the general public.

      3.&#;&#;The Governor shall appoint three of the nine members of the Employment Security Council to serve as a Board of Review. The Board must be comprised of:

      (a)&#;One member who is a representative of labor;

      (b)&#;One member who is a representative of employers; and

      (c)&#;One member who is a representative of the general public.

      4.&#;&#;The Governor may remove any member of the Employment Security Council or Board of Review for cause.

      5.&#;&#;Members of the Employment Security Council are entitled to receive $80 per day for each day of actual service on the Employment Security Council or Board of Review.

      6.&#;&#;Regular meetings of the Employment Security Council may be held twice in each calendar year. Special meetings, not to exceed six in number during any calendar year, may be held at the call of the Chair.

      7.&#;&#;The Administrator is an ex officio member of the Employment Security Council and is its Secretary. The Secretary is not entitled to compensation for his or her services on the Employment Security Council, but the Secretary is entitled to be reimbursed for his or her necessary traveling and other expenses.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Employment Security Council: Duties.

      1.&#;&#;The Employment Security Council shall act as an advisory council to the Administrator to:

      (a)&#;Reduce and prevent unemployment;

      (b)&#;Encourage and assist in the adoption of practical methods of vocational training, retraining and vocational guidance; and

      (c)&#;Promote the reemployment of unemployed workers throughout the State in every other way that may be feasible.

      2.&#;&#;Whenever the Employment Security Council believes that a change in contribution or benefit rates will become necessary to protect the solvency of the Unemployment Compensation Fund, it shall promptly so inform the Administrator and make recommendations with respect thereto.

      [Part ; A , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Acceptance of Wagner-Peyser Act; establishment and maintenance of free public employment offices.

      1.&#;&#;The Administrator shall establish and maintain free public employment offices in such number and in such places as may be necessary for the proper administration of this chapter and for the purposes of performing such duties as are within the purview of the Wagner-Peyser Act, being c. 49, 48 Stat. , approved June 6, , as amended, and entitled “An Act to provide for the establishment of a national employment system and for cooperation with the states in the promotion of such system, and for other purposes,” and also designated as 29 U.S.C. §§ 49 et seq.

      2.&#;&#;The provisions of the Wagner-Peyser Act, as amended, are hereby accepted by this State in conformity with 29 U.S.C. § 49c, and this State will observe and comply with the requirements thereof.

      3.&#;&#;The Administrator shall cooperate with any official or agency of the United States having powers or duties under the provisions of the Wagner-Peyser Act, as amended, and shall do and perform all things necessary to secure to this State the benefits of the Wagner-Peyser Act, as amended, in the promotion and maintenance of a system of public employment offices. The Division is hereby designated and constituted the agency of this State for the purposes of the Wagner-Peyser Act, as amended.

      4.&#;&#;All money received by this State under the Wagner-Peyser Act, as amended, must be paid into the Unemployment Compensation Administration Fund, and is hereby made available to the Administrator to be expended as provided by this chapter and by the Wagner-Peyser Act, as amended.

      5.&#;&#;For the purpose of establishing and maintaining free public employment offices, the Administrator is authorized to enter into agreements with the Railroad Retirement Board, or any other agency of the United States charged with the administration of an unemployment compensation law, with any political subdivision of this State, or with any private nonprofit organizations, and as a part of any such agreement the Administrator may accept money, services or quarters as a contribution to the Unemployment Compensation Administration Fund.

      [; NCL § g] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , 99)

BENEFITS

NRS&#;&#;&#;Payment.

      1.&#;&#;Twenty-four months after the date when contributions first accrue under this chapter, benefits become payable from the Fund, except that wages earned for services performed in the employ of an employer, as defined in the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, approved June 25, , being c. , 52 Stat. , and also designated as 45 U.S.C. §§ et seq., must not be included to determine eligibility under paragraph (d) of subsection 1 of NRS or total amount of benefits under NRS , with respect to any benefit year commencing on or after July 1, , nor may any benefits with respect to unemployment occurring on and after July 1, , be payable on the basis of such wages under NRS to , inclusive.

      2.&#;&#;All benefits must be paid through the offices of the Division in accordance with such regulations as the Administrator may prescribe.

      [Part ; A , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Amount of weekly benefit.

      1.&#;&#;A person’s weekly benefit amount is an amount equal to one twenty-fifth of the person’s total wages for employment by employers during the quarter of the person’s base period in which the total wages were highest, but not less than $16 per week, nor more than the maximum weekly benefit amount determined as follows: On or before the first day of July of each year, the total wages reported for the preceding calendar year by employers subject to the provisions of this chapter must be divided by the average of the 12 midmonth totals of all workers in employment for employers as reported in that year. The average annual wage thus obtained must be divided by 52 and the average weekly wage thus determined must be rounded to the nearest cent. Fifty percent of that average weekly wage, rounded to the nearest lower multiple of $1, if not a multiple of $1, constitutes the maximum weekly benefit amount. In making this calculation, any tips which were included in reported wages must be excluded.

      2.&#;&#;The maximum weekly benefit amount as determined on or before July 1 of each year must be paid to persons whose benefit year commences on or after July 1 of that year and before July 1 of the following year.

      [Part ; A , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Election of base period following period of temporary disability or rehabilitation; establishment of new benefit year.

      1.&#;&#;A person who has received:

      (a)&#;Benefits for a temporary total disability or a temporary partial disability pursuant to chapters A to D, inclusive, or of NRS;

      (b)&#;Money for rehabilitative services pursuant to chapters A to D, inclusive, or of NRS; or

      (c)&#;Compensation pursuant to any similar federal law,

Ê may elect a base period consisting of the first 4 of the last 5 completed calendar quarters immediately preceding the first day of the calendar week in which the disability began.

      2.&#;&#;An elected base period may be established only if the person files a claim for benefits within 3 years after any period of disability begins and not later than the fourth calendar week of unemployment after:

      (a)&#;The end of the period of temporary total disability or temporary partial disability; or

      (b)&#;The date the person ceases to receive money for rehabilitative services,

Ê whichever occurs later. If one calendar quarter of the described base period has been used in a previous determination of the person’s entitlement to benefits, the elected base period must be the first 4 completed calendar quarters immediately preceding the first day of the calendar week in which the disability began.

      3.&#;&#;A person who has elected a base period pursuant to this section and who had previously established a benefit year may establish a new benefit year consisting of the 52 consecutive weeks beginning with the first day of the first week with respect to which a valid claim is filed after the period of disability ends or payments for rehabilitative services cease, whichever occurs later. The previously established benefit year terminates upon the beginning of the new benefit year.

      (Added to NRS by , ; A , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Weekly benefit for unemployment.

      1.&#;&#;An eligible person who is unemployed and otherwise entitled to receive benefits in any week must be paid for that week a benefit in an amount equal to the person’s weekly benefit amount, less 75 percent of the remuneration payable to him or her for that week.

      2.&#;&#;The benefit, if not a multiple of $1, must be computed to the next lower multiple of $1.

      [Part ; A , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Duration of benefits.

      1.&#;&#;Any otherwise eligible person is entitled during any benefit year to a total amount of benefits equal to whichever is the lesser of:

      (a)&#;Twenty-six times the person’s weekly benefit amount; or

      (b)&#;One-third of the person’s total wages for employment by employers during the person’s base period,

Ê computed to the next lower multiple of $1.

      2.&#;&#;For the purpose of this section and of paragraph (d) of subsection 1 of NRS , wages are counted as “wages for employment by employers” for the benefit purposes with respect to any benefit year only if the benefit year begins subsequent to the date on which the employer from whom those wages were earned has satisfied the conditions of NRS , or to , inclusive, with respect to becoming an employer.

      [Part ; A , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , ; , ; , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Deduction and withholding of federal individual income tax.&#;&#;Upon the request of a person entitled to receive benefits pursuant to this chapter, the Administrator shall deduct and withhold federal individual income tax from such benefits.

      (Added to NRS by , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Benefits due deceased or incapacitated person.&#;&#;Benefits due a deceased or legally declared incapacitated person may be paid to such person or persons as appear to the Administrator to be legally entitled thereto in accordance with authorized regulations. A payment must be paid on an affidavit executed by the person or persons claiming to be entitled to the benefits, and the receipt of the affidavit or affidavits fully discharges the Administrator from any further liability with reference to the payment without the necessity of inquiring into the truth of any of the facts stated in the affidavit.

      [Part ; A , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ; , ] &#; (NRS A , )

NRS&#;&#;&#;Overpayments and recovery.

      1.&#;&#;Any person who is overpaid any amount as benefits under this chapter is liable for the amount overpaid unless:

      (a)&#;The overpayment was not due to fraud, misrepresentation or willful nondisclosure on the part of the recipient; and

      (b)&#;The overpayment was received without fault on the part of the recipient, and its recovery would be against equity and good conscience, as determined by the Administrator.

      2.&#;&#;The amount of the overpayment must be assessed to the liable person, and the person must be notified of the basis of the assessment. The notice must specify the amount for which the person is liable. In the absence of fraud, misrepresentation or willful nondisclosure, notice of the assessment must be mailed or personally served not later than 1 year after the close of the benefit year in which the overpayment was made.

      3.&#;&#;Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, at any time within 5 years after the notice of overpayment, the Administrator may recover the amount of the overpayment by using the same methods of collection provided in NRS to , inclusive, and for the collection of past due contributions or by deducting the amount of the overpayment from any benefits payable to the liable person under this chapter.

      4.&#;&#;If the overpayment is due to fraud, misrepresentation or willful nondisclosure, the Administrator may, within 10 years after the notice of overpayment, recover any amounts due in accordance with the provisions of NRS to , inclusive.

      5.&#;&#;The Administrator may waive recovery or adjustment of all or part of the amount of any such overpayment which the Administrator finds to be uncollectible or the recovery or adjustment of which the Administrator finds to be administratively impracticable.

      6.&#;&#;To the extent allowed pursuant to federal law, the Administrator may assess any administrative fee prescribed by an applicable agency of the United States regarding the recovery of such overpayments.

Sours: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/nrs/nrshtml

Unemployment Insurance Administration

Unemployment insurance is a government insurance system established to protect workers by paying benefits during periods of involuntary unemployment (i.e. when a business lays off employees, downsizes staff or eliminates positions). Typically, unemployment is not available for employees who quit or are terminated for misconduct. Unemployment insurance is funded through payroll taxes paid by employers.

The unemployment insurance process can be complex and represents a considerable risk to a business’ bottom line. Instead of facing this risk alone, Nevada employers can turn to an experienced provider of unemployment insurance administration. NAE has decades of experience with unemployment insurance administration and is the only third-party provider of these services in Nevada.

When you choose to work with NAE, you gain an experienced partner that will support you through every stage of the unemployment insurance process.

Claims Administration

The process begins when the former employee files a claim for unemployment. NAE will respond to the claim on your behalf. Typically, this involves providing information to the State of Nevada Employment Security Division explaining the reasons that the employee separated from the employer. Throughout the process NAE serves as your liaison with the State of Nevada Employment Security Division, including responding to all inquiries on your behalf.

When the State of Nevada Employment Security Division makes a decision regarding the claim, either party—the employer or the former employee—may dispute the decision. If you would like to dispute the decision, NAE will work with you on presenting your case to the Appeals Referee. Whether you or the former employee appeal the decision, NAE will represent you and your interests at a hearing before the Appeals Referee.

Actuarial Services

As your unemployment insurance administrator, NAE receives, reviews, and will dispute erroneous charges on quarterly statement and annual tax rate notices from the State of Nevada Employment Security Division. To ensure you are always informed, NAE will prepare unemployment insurance activity reports for your review.

To learn more about the benefits of unemployment insurance administration and how NAE can help, please contact NAE at  or [email protected]

Sours: https://www.nevadaemployers.org/unemployment-insurance-administration/
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Employment Security Division

Vision: Creating Success for Businesses and Nevadans

Mission: We exist to empower a vibrant labor market in Nevada by creating business and worker connections with high-quality demand-driven services. 

The Employment Security Division (ESD) is a combination of Unemployment Insurance, Workforce Development, and the Commission on Postsecondary Education.

  • Unemployment Insurance is responsible for collection of employment taxes and provides temporary wage replacement for workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own.

  • Workforce Development provides a combination of services, community supports, job training and education that positions an individual for success in the workforce. Business engagement activities connect business to a qualified workforce and develop employment opportunities for individuals in the workforce.

  • Commission on Postsecondary Education serves as the approval and licensing authority for degree-granting and non-degree granting private postsecondary educational institutions, both for-profit and not-for-profit and approves all participating training providers for the VA educational program.

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Sours: https://detr.nv.gov/Page/Employment_Security_Division
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