Category: Employment Law

Can I Get Fired for My Social Media Posts?

We have all been there, posting a rant or political post on social media and then immediately deleting it in fear of your employer seeing it. So, can you get fired for what you post? The short answer is yes, but there are many factors that play a role and it all ends up depending… Read more

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When Unequal Pay is Not a Violation

Equal pay has been in the news quite a bit lately, but there are some cases where unequal pay is actually fair. More Companies are Jumping on the Performance-Based Pay Bandwagon In just the last few years, companies choosing performance-based pay has increased by over six percent. Employers are offering bonus pay to those with… Read more

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Arizona Registrar of Contractors Sees Big Changes in January

The new year is bringing some new changes to Arizona thanks to the Arizona Registrar of Contractors. After revising and updating their new license applications on December 21st, big barriers that aren’t required by a statute were successfully removed. Certain Requirements Were Removed The Arizona Registrar of Contractors found that the submission of projects was… Read more

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Arizona’s Minimum Wage Rises In 2018

Americans in 18 states, including Arizona, started the new year off with a raise. Minimum wage in Arizona went up to $10.50 per hour from a flat $10.00. The state is on track to raise the minimum wage to $12.00 an hour by 2020. Arizona’s Minimum Wage Arizona’s minimum wage was previously only $8.05 an hour before residents voted… Read more

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