2019 Arizona Minimum Wage Updates 2019 City of Flagstaff Minimum Wage Poster 2019 Arizona Minimum Wage Peel ‘N Post™   Effective January 1, 2019! 2019 Arizona State Minimum Wage ·Available as a 2019 Arizona Minimum Wage Peel ‘N Post™ ·Available on the 2019 Arizona All-On-One™ Labor Law Poster 2019 Municipal Minimum Wage ·2019 City of Flagstaff Read more

2019 Arizona Minimum Wage Peel 'N Post

On January 1, 2019, 20 states, including Arizona, will raise the hourly pay rate for minimum wage workers. Employers are required to pay employees at least the new minimum wage rate and post a notice in the workplace to inform employees of their right to the minimum wage. The Industrial Commission of Arizona has released the 2019 Read more

2019 County and City Minimum Wage Updates

On January 1, 2019, the minimum wage will rise in 20 states and on the federal level for employees of federal contractors. While state-level minimum wages remain a popular solution for regional cost-of-living differences, municipal minimum wages are increasingly seen as a remedy for cost-of-living differences between cities and counties within an individual state. 20 Read more

Are 2018 Minimum Wage Poster Updates Required?

On January 1, 2018, the minimum wage increased in 18 states, an even greater number of municipalities, and on the federal level for employees of federal contractors. Employers were required to pay employees at the updated hourly wage rate and, in many cases, update their outdated workplace posters with a 2018 minimum wage poster. While Read more

2019 Arizona Minimum Wage Peel 'N Post

The new year is rapidly approaching, and with it new posting compliance requirements. For the state of Arizona, employers must ensure that they pay employees a minimum wage of $10.50 per hour and post the 2018 Arizona Minimum Wage Poster by January 1 to ensure that workers are informed of their rights under state law. Read more

Arizona Second Chance Policy "Bans the Box" for State Hires

On November 6, 2017, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed an executive order to “ban the box” on job applications for state agencies. This brings the state’s hiring policies in line with those of the federal government, which finalized fair chance regulations in 2016, as well as several of its own cities. In 2015, Tucson became Read more

Arizona Labor Law Poster

Although it may feel like there’s a new labor law posting every year (or every month, depending on the number of states you operate in), it’s really not that often that employers are required to post an entirely new notice. When employment rights are changed under the law, often an existing state-required posting can be Read more

Arizona sick leave - red lozenges

Arizona employers, get ready to raise your voice – the Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) has issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking relating to the Earned Paid Sick Time law which will go into effect on July 1, 2017. The ICA will be accepting written comments on the proposed rules until June 5, 2017, and Read more

In the wake of the Arizona Supreme Court’s rejection of a bid to block the state minimum wage increase, the Flagstaff City Council reconvened to slow down the city minimum wage’s impending leap above the state rates. Flagstaff’s Proposition 414 was intended to raise the city minimum wage to $15 by the year 2021, starting Read more

As we reported last week, citizens of Arizona city Flagstaff will get the chance in 2018 to decide whether to eliminate the “escalator” clause mandating that the municipal minimum wage remain $2.00 above state levels. It turns out, however, that the state minimum wage will undergo examination even sooner—and not by voters, but by the Read more