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Families First Coronavirus Response Act

It’s no secret that the Coronavirus pandemic has caused several unexpected changes to businesses. And it can be tough to keep up with the new laws and regulations concerning this topic. In some cases, you can take legal action if ...
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Coronavirus and Employment Rights

At JacksonWhite Law, our hearts go out to those affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Along with worrying about the health and safety of themselves and their loved ones, Americans are wondering what impact the pandemic could have on their ...
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Working During a State of Emergency

Can your manager make you come into work during a state of emergency? Arizona is an “at will” employment state, meaning your employer can fire you for any reason apart from discrimination. That would include terminating your employment because you ...
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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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Independent Contractor vs. Employee

What’s the difference between an independent contractor and an employee in the state of Arizona? Many employers in the state label their workers as independent contractors as a method to cut costs for the business. Many contractors receive fewer benefits ...
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