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EmployeeScreenIQ is a licensed private investigator in the state of Nevada.
Listed below are some things that those who conduct employee background checks in the state of Nevada should know.
Nevada has 16 counties.
State Court Structure
- Trial Courts: The Nevada District Courts are the trial courts of general jurisdiction in the Nevada state court system which oversee criminal, civil, family, and juvenile matters.
- Appellate Courts: Nevada created an intermediate appellate court by referendum in 2014. It is composed of three justices. However, it does not act as a gatekeeper for the Nevada Supreme Court and only has jurisdiction over particular matters.
- Supreme Court of Nevada: Appeals from the Nevada District Courts go to the Supreme Court of Nevada.
Federal Court Structure
- United States District Court for the District of Nevada
- Federal cases in Nevada are appealed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Ban the Box
Nevada does not have a statewide ban the box law.
Nevada enacted a broad restriction against employment credit in 2013, with the follow exemptions: 1) the employer is required or authorized to do so under state or federal law; 2) the employer reasonably believes that the applicant or employee has engaged in a specific activity which may constitute a violation of state or federal law; or 3) the information is reasonably related to the position in question.
A consumer credit report is reasonably related to a position if the duties of the position involve: 1) the care, custody, and handling of, or responsibility for, money, financial accounts, corporate credit or debit cards, or other assets; 2)access to trade secrets or other proprietary or confidential information; 3)managerial or supervisory responsibility; 4) the direct exercise of law enforcement authority as an employee of a state or local law enforcement agency; 5) the care, custody, and handling of, or responsibility for, the personal information of another person; 6) access to the personal financial information of another person; 7) employment with a financial institution chartered under state or federal law; or employment with a licensed gaming establishment (e.g., a casino, etc.).
Other Limitations on Screening for Employers
Employers cannot use unconfirmed sex offender records from the state website.
The state of Nevada has a law which legalizes medical marijuana.
The state of Nevada restricts or limits private employers from accessing and requesting employee/candidate log in information for personal social media accounts.