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

It is considered discrimination to fire an employee based on gender, race, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, and physical or mental disability. However, there is often some confusion as to whether employment discrimination also covers political views. ...
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Arizona Laws on Gender Discrimination

Gender or sex discrimination refers to treating someone with less favor because of their sex. This can mean either job applicants or existing employees and can impact both men and women. Gender discrimination is not only unfair; it can have ...
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Racial Discrimination Employment Laws in Arizona

Have you experienced race discrimination in the workplace? Being unfairly treated based on race can be a humiliating and infuriating experience. If you don’t address the problem, it may escalate and lead to a hostile work environment. Whether it’s discriminatory ...
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How to File an EEOC Claim in Arizona

Discrimination in the workplace should never be tolerated. When unlawful discrimination is a deciding factor in hiring, firing, promotion, demotion, relocation, compensation, benefits, or employee discipline, you have the right to file a complaint at the federal level with the ...
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How Do You Prove Age Discrimination?

Age discrimination in the United States is a rampant issue. When an employer needs to do layoffs, restructuring, or reassignments, the older employees are often the first ones pushed out the door. To make matters worse, when older employees are ...
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