What Is Considered Full-Time Employment In Arizona?

If you are working in the state of Arizona, your rights as an employee are protected by state and federal law. Both the Arizona legislature and the federal government have enacted laws that guarantee fair treatment of workers, minimum wages, ...
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I Am Being Investigated at Work. What Are My Rights?

No one enjoys having accusations leveled against them. However, if you’re being accused of something at work, the situation becomes even more complex. After all, every workplace handles accusations of misconduct or inappropriate behavior in their own way, and workers ...
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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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Examples of Wrongful Termination in Arizona

Wrongful termination, also referred to as wrongful discharge, is the act of firing an employee for an illegal reason. In Arizona, most employees work “at-will,” which means that an employee can be legally fired at any time and for any ...
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The Most Common Grounds to “Sue” an Employer

Employees expect a safe work environment in which they are respected and treated fairly. Employers are legally required to provide a safe environment free from discrimination, harassment, or risk of injury. Employees who feel unsafe, harassed, discriminated against, or who ...
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