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Legal Information: Nevada
Updated: November 13, 2019
What protection can I get in an order for protection against harassment in the workplace?
Both a temporary and an extended order for protection against harassment in the workplace can:
- prevent the harasser from contacting the employer, an employee while s/he is performing duties of employment, and any person who is present at the workplace;
- order the harasser to stay away from the workplace; and
- order any other relief necessary to protect the employer, the workplace, the employees while they are performing duties of employment, and any other persons who are present at the workplace.1
1 N.R.S. § 33.280(1)
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