As of January 1st 2014 AZ’s minimum wage shall be $7.90. Effective date: January 2014
The Family and Medical Leave Act notice has been revised to reflect the changes caused by the recently approved rule. The definition of "Veteran" has been revised to include both those who serve and those discharged in the past 5 years (previously it was only those who served). The explicit definition of "Serious Injury or Illness" was removed as well, replaced by a notice that there are differences between the definition of "Serious Injury or Illness" for a service member or veteran, and "Serious Health Condition" under the FMLA. Effective Date: March 8, 2013.
The Arizona Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage from $7.65 per hour to $7.80 per hour effective January 1, 2013. This is a mandatory change. Revision date: 11/2012
The Arizona Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage rate from $7.35 per hour to $7.65 per hour effective January 1, 2012.
JUST UPDATED: D.C. Circuit Blocks Implementation of April 30 NLRB Posting Requirement
The ongoing saga of delays and extensions of the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) notice posting rule continues, this time with an injunction.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has granted a request to halt the implementation of a rule that would require all employers subject to the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) to post notices informing employees of their rights under the NLRA. A new deadline has not been released as of yet.
The Arizona Work Exposure to MRSA poster has been updated to reflect a change to the time period for reporting exposure of MRSA, spinal meningitis or TB to an employer (from 10 to 30 days) and the time period for an employee to be diagnosed with MRSA (from 10 to 15 days). Statutory language regarding this posting: No later than 30 calendar days after a possible significant exposure of MRSA, spinal meningitis or TB, the employee reports in writing to the employer the details of the exposure and for a claim involving MRSA, the employee must be diagnosed within 15 days after the employee reports the exposure. Effective August 2011.
The Arizona Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $7.35 per hour. This is a mandatory change.
The EEOC revisions to the "Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law" poster were effective November 21, 2009, requiring changes to your federal workplace posters.
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All covered businesses in the United States are required by law to display the most current federal and state labor law posters in all facilities where employees and applicants gather, such as in lunchrooms, Human Resources or near time clocks.
The Arizona Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect an additional protected category under Arizona's Anti-Discrimination laws. The state also prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of results of genetic testing. This is a mandatory change.
The state minimum wage is $7.25 and is indexed to inflation.
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