Nev. Admin. Code § 608.130 - Payment for travel and training

Current through March 28, 2022

1. An employer shall pay an employee at a rate that is not less than minimum wage for any travel or training that is considered to be time worked by the employee pursuant to subsections 2 and 3.
2. Travel by an employee:
(a) Is considered to be time worked by the employee:
(1) If the travel is between different work sites during a workday; or
(2) If the employee is providing transportation for another employee on behalf of an employer who offers transportation for the convenience of his employees.
(b) Is not considered to be time worked by the employee if the travel is between the home of the employee and the place of work of the employee regardless of whether the employee works at a fixed location or at different places of work.
3. The training received by an employee:
(a) Is considered to be time worked by the employee if the training is required by the employer.
(b) Is not considered to be time worked by the employee if the training is required by an agency or entity other than the employer without regard to whether the training enables the employee to maintain eligibility for employment in a particular capacity or at a particular level.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 608.130
Added to NAC by Labor Comm'r by R115-04, eff. 8-25-2004

NRS 607.160, 608.016, 608.250

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