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Verbal Contract Laws in Arizona

With almost 3 million people actively working in Arizona, it is safe to assume that most of these workers went through a hiring process when obtaining their job. For most Arizonans the job search was not quick and easy, as ...
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Seasonal Jobs in Arizona

While there are employment laws in place for employee protection, the specific rights you get are determined by your job status. Most often, your employment status will fall into either seasonal, temporary, part-time, or full-time work. Usually, full-time workers get ...
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Breach of Non-Disparagement Clause

Are you dealing with a disparagement lawsuit in Arizona or looking to learn more about what a non-disparagement clause means in separation agreements? A non-disparagement clause can be a useful tool for protecting reputations in both personal and business-related matters. ...
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Do Independent Contractors Get Overtime?

While there is a lot of gray area regarding the difference between employees and independent contractors, the law is quite clear in this regard—independent contractors are not entitled to overtime pay. In fact, employers aren’t required to pay wages or ...
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Non-Compete Agreement Laws in Arizona

When you take a job in the state of Arizona, you may be asked to sign a non-compete agreement. If you are a business owner with a job to offer, you may use a non-compete agreement to protect your interests ...
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Avoiding Implied Contracts In Your Employee Handbook

Every business, from the smallest startup to the largest multinational corporation, needs clear rules and guidelines. Employee handbooks quantify this vital information and provide it in a way workers can understand, but in some cases those handbooks could do more ...
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