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Verbal Contract Laws in Arizona

Currently the unemployment rate is hovering around 5%, there are approximately 2.9 million individuals working in Arizona. With almost 3 million people actively working, it is safe to assume that millions of Arizonan workers have all had to go through ...
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Can I Sue My Labor Union for Lack of Representation?

Labor unions are helpful for streamlining and simplifying employer operations, but they don’t always function as intended. Your union must represent employees without discrimination and with good faith, even if the employees aren’t union members. This duty to represent applies ...
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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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What are the Sick Leave Laws in Arizona?

Over 58% of Arizona voters cast a vote in favor of Proposition 206 (AZ Prop 206) in November 2016. Though heavily contested, the Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act was ultimately affirmed by the Arizona Supreme Court. As a result, ...
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What Does the Arizona Department of Labor Oversee?

In the state of Arizona, the Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) functions as the state’s department of labor. Originally formed in 1925 to regulate and enforce the state’s workers compensation program, the ICA has evolved over the years to cover ...
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Arizona Labor Laws

With all the time we spend at work, it’s no surprise that employment law is such a major issue in the United States. There’s unfortunately no shortage of employers out there looking for opportunities to cheat their employees to save ...
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