An emergency order by Gov. Steve Sisolak will allow Nevadans to keep their homes amid turmoil wreaked by the coronavirus pandemic that effectively closed most businesses.
The company has drawn criticism for actions against a worker at a New York City warehouse who organized a walkout because of workplace conditions during the coronavirus outbreak.
Target stores announced Thursday it will implement new safety measures to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus, according to a company news release.
Retailers have moved quickly to add safety and cleaning measures to stores. But workers are still concerned about their safety as the virus spreads. Here’s what we found.
There were 71,419 unemployment insurance claims in Nevada for the week ending March 28, according to Thursday data from the Department of Labor.
Coronavirus quarantines and border restrictions are continuing to take their toll on casinos in Macao with March gross gaming revenue down 79.7% and the quarter off 60%.
If you’re planning an Easter feast, you may want to plan ahead. Several major national chains will be giving employees a chance to get a break on Easter Sunday.
The state doesn’t know when Nevada independent contractors will get their unemployment benefits and is awaiting federal guidance.
The group will monitor safety protocols at job sites, collect data on workforce and safety personnel, and assemble teams that could be dispersed to build field hospitals and convert hotels or housing into hospital overflow units, according to a news release.