Effective October 1, 2013, Nevada employers will be prohibited from discriminating or taking an adverse employment action against an individual who is a member of the Communist Party. +2013 Bill Text NV S.B. 506. This new law repeals a Nevada law that excluded from the definition of the term unlawful employment practice any action or measure taken by an employer or certain entities against a person who is a member of the Communist Party.
As a result of this change in the law, Nevada employers should review and amend any workplace policies and practices to prohibit discrimination or retaliation against communist workers. Further, employers should ensure that all supervisors, managers and those with authority do not discriminate against an individual because he or she is Communist.
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