Category: Employment Law

How Does the EEOC Process Work in Arizona?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) was established to prevent employers from discriminating against employees or job applicants based on their race, gender, pregnancy, age, or disability. While this law exists to protect everyone, many people don’t know how to go about filing a complaint. This article explains the process so that victims of workplace discrimination know… Read more

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New Paid Sick Leave Rules Take Effect This Summer

Under Arizona’s Proposition 206, passed by voters back in November, employers will be required to give employees up to 40 hours of paid sick leave starting July 1st. Rules Under The New Sick Leave Law Businesses and non-profit groups with one to 14 employees will be required to give their employees 24 hours of paid sick… Read more

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Is Arizona An Employment At Will State?

At-will employment means that an employer can fire an employee for any reason without warning. In the state of Arizona, the majority of private-sector workers are employed at an at-will basis. Employees covered by a written contract or bargaining agreement are not at-will employees. At-Will Employment VS Discrimination When someone is employed without a written contract, their employer… Read more

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