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The bill also would revise the powers of the Nevada Equal Rights Commission to order remedies for unlawful employment practices. The commission would be able to award back pay for a period beginning two years before the date of the filing of a complaint regarding an unlawful employment practice and ending on the date the commission issues an order regarding the complaint.
Employers, employment agencies and labor organizations would be prohibited from discriminating against any person with respect to employment or membership, as applicable, for inquiring about, discussing or disclosing information about wages.
If after investigating a complaint, the commission concludes that an unfair employment practice did not occur, it would have to notify the person who filed the complaint of its decision. The commission also would have to inform complainant that he or she had 90 days to apply to the district court for relief.
The bill has been sent to the Nevada State Assembly for consideration.
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