Category: Termination

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

Examples of Wrongful Termination in Arizona

Introduction Wrongful termination, also referred to as wrongful discharge, is the act of firing an employee for an illegal reason. In Arizona, most employees

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

Can an Employee Be Terminated While on Medical Leave in Arizona?

Introduction Can an employee be terminated while on medical leave? Is your employer required to hold your job for you while you’re on disability,

Can You Be Fired for Medical Reasons in Arizona?

Introduction A common concern for many employees is what to do when they fall ill. You might wonder whether your job will be safe,

How Long Does An Employer Have To Give You Your Last Check?

Introduction Employers are not bound by any federal laws to issue an employee’s final paycheck by a certain date. Instead, each state has the

Wrongful Termination Examples

Introduction In the state of Arizona, most private-sector employees are considered “at-will” employees. Under ARS 23-1501, an at-will employment relationship that isn’t subject to

When Can You Sue For Wrongful Termination?

Introduction “At-will” employment laws allow employers to terminate employees at any time, for any reason, unless there is an employment contract or collective bargaining

How Do You Prove Wrongful Termination?

Introduction In the state of Arizona, the employment relationship is considered “at-will” unless there is a written employment contract or collective bargaining agreement that

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