Category: Arizona Laws

What Is Considered Full-Time Employment In Arizona?

Introduction If you are working in the state of Arizona, your rights as an employee are protected by state and federal law. Both the

Can an Employer Fire You for Your Political Views in Arizona?

Introduction It is considered discrimination to fire an employee based on gender, race, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, and physical or

Can an Employer Make You Use Sick Days for Vacation Days in Arizona?

Introduction On July 1, 2017, Arizona’s mandatory paid sick-leave law went into effect. According to The Arizona Republic, the law mandates as many as

What Qualifies a Worker as an Independent Contractor in Arizona?

Introduction Whether you’re the employee or an employer, it pays to understand the laws surrounding work in the state of Arizona. While some people

Coronavirus and Employment Rights

Introduction At JacksonWhite Law, our hearts go out to those affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Along with worrying about the health and safety

Working During a State of Emergency

Introduction Can your manager make you come into work during a state of emergency? Arizona is an “at will” employment state, meaning your employer

Job Closures and Layoffs Due to State of Emergency in Arizona

Introduction Most Americans can’t afford to miss work. However, you might have no choice if your place of employment closes in a state of

What are the Sick Leave Laws in Arizona?

Introduction Over 58% of Arizona voters cast a vote in favor of Proposition 206 (AZ Prop 206) in November 2016. Though heavily contested, the

Arizona Labor Laws

Introduction With all the time we spend at work, it’s no surprise that employment law is such a major issue in the United States.

Arizona Right to Work Laws

Introduction Unions, organized labor, and employment issues are a hot topic right now in American politics. Issues such as the minimum wage and right

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