Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings
Sec. § 33.240
Acts that constitute harassment in workplace.


Harassment in the workplace occurs when:

1.

A person knowingly threatens to cause or commits an act that causes:

(a)

Bodily injury to the person or another person;

(b)

Damage to the property of another person; or

(c)

Substantial harm to the physical or mental health or safety of a person;

2.

The threat is made or the act is committed against an employer, an employee of the employer while the employee performs the employees duties of employment or a person present at the workplace of the employer; and

3.

The threat would cause a reasonable person to fear that the threat will be carried out or the act would cause a reasonable person to feel terrorized, frightened, intimidated or harassed.
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