Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings

Sec. § 41.750
Limitations on liability of employer for damages arising from or relating to child care provided to children of employee.


If an employer:

1.

Pays money directly to an employee for use by the employee to pay all or a portion of the cost of child care and the employee selects the child care facility independent of and without any input from the employer;

2.

Provides to an employee one or more vouchers for use by the employee to pay all or a portion of the cost of child care at a child care facility licensed and in good standing pursuant to chapter 432A of NRS;

3.

Directs or refers an employee to a child care facility licensed and in good standing pursuant to chapter 432A of NRS; or

4.

Negotiates a discount or other benefit for an employee at a child care facility licensed and in good standing pursuant to chapter 432A of NRS,
Ê the employer is immune from civil liability for damages arising from or relating to the child care provided to the children of the employee if the damages are caused by an act or omission that constitutes simple negligence.
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