A revised mandatory labor law poster has been issued that includes new definitions for those who are subject to Nevada’s laws prohibiting discrimination.

The discrimination poster issued by the Nevada Equal Rights Commission now states that employers and businesses offering services to the public may not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex (gender and/or orientation), religion or disability.

In addition, the revised Nevada labor law poster now states that landlords may not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or familial status.

The previous poster stated that Nevada law prohibits discrimination in employment, public accommodations and housing. Familial status has been added as a prohibited discrimination category for landlords.

A paragraph in the previous discrimination poster stating that the Nevada Equal Rights Commission works in cooperation with a number of federal agencies in the administration and referral of discrimination complaints has also been removed.

A web site for the Nevada Equal Rights Commission has also been added to the revised poster.