Arizona's employment termination laws allow employers to terminate an employee at any time unless there is a written employment contract, or unless the termination violates state or federal law, according to AZLawHelp.or... More »

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Some strange laws in Arizona render it illegal to let donkeys sleep in bathtubs, ride a horse up the courthouse stairs, shoot camels and make imitation cocaine, states Dumb Laws, as of 2015. It is illegal to sell moldy g... More »

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One example of an employment law in Arizona is that workers who are not on salary earn time-and-a-half pay when working more than 40 hours in a week, explains Lawyers.com. The legal minimum wage is $7.80 and $4.80 for em... More »

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Arizona's Department of Labor resolves wage disputes, enforces youth employment laws, investigates private employment agencies and oversees the state's minimum wage laws, according to the Industrial Commission of Arizona... More »

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To select a lawyer for a wrongful termination case, search for a lawyer with employment law experience through an online legal directory, a local legal clinic such as Legal Aid Society, or through a union or professional... More »

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Wrongful termination laws govern when an employer may legally terminate an employee and provide legal remedies to former employees who weren't terminated in accordance with applicable laws, Nolo explains. When an employe... More »

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One example of an employment law in Arizona is that workers who are not on salary earn time-and-a-half pay when working more than 40 hours in a week, explains Lawyers.com. The legal minimum wage is $7.80 and $4.80 for em... More »

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