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New Guidance on Paid Sick Time: Industrial Commission of Arizona Supplements its Proposed Regulations

The Industrial Commission of Arizona (“ICA”) has issued a Notice of Supplemental Proposed Rulemaking ("Notice") for Proposition 206, otherwise known as the Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act (the “Act”). The Act, requiring...more

Arizona’s Paid Sick Leave Law: New Guidance from the Industrial Commission

The Industrial Commission of Arizona issued new guidance clarifying how it intends to enforce many provisions of Proposition 206, otherwise known as the Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act. As stated in our prior Legal Alert,...more

Arizona Passes Proposition 206, Increasing the Minimum Wage and Requiring Paid Sick Leave for Hundreds of Thousands of Employees

During an election night fraught with surprises, one thing became clear: hundreds of thousands of Arizona employees will get a raise on January 1, 2017. Also, private sector employees in Arizona will have a right to accrue...more

Election Day Concerns for Employers: Political Discussions in the Workplace and Time Off to Vote

With the highly contested presidential election on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, many employers are concerned about political discussions in the workplace, whether those discussions can be restricted, and how to handle...more

2016: What’s on the Horizon for Salary Thresholds Under the FLSA, Employee Handbooks and the NLRB

There are several changes and new trends appearing this year in various areas of labor and employment law. This month’s Workplace Word highlights several of these changes and discusses what employers should expect this year....more

Avoiding Holiday Liability

‘Tis the season to be jolly. While you are enjoying a cup of hot chocolate and planning this year’s office party, don’t forget to take a moment to assess the potential legal liability of company-sponsored holiday festivities....more

Are You Keeping the Records Related to Your Company’s Selection Procedures? The EEOC is Watching...

Is your company aware that federal regulations require that employers retain certain personnel and employment records related to its selection procedures? A recent lawsuit by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)...more

Legal Alert - Updated FMLA Forms Issued by the DOL

This week, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued its new Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) forms, updating the previous forms which had expired on February 28, 2015. The new FMLA forms can be found on the DOL’s website....more

Multi-Agency Investigation Successfully Targets Arizona and Utah Construction Companies’ Misclassification of Employees

Sixteen Arizona and Utah companies accused of misclassifying more than 1,000 construction workers agreed to pay $700,000 in back wages and penalties after a multi-year, multi-agency investigation led to consent judgments,...more

NLRB Jurisdictional Ruling Clears Path for Unionization of Religious Schools

A National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) Regional Director recently issued a ruling that could clear the way for more unionization of faculty members at private, religious schools. The Regional Director for NLRB Region 19...more

Department of Labor Expands FMLA Coverage for Same-Sex Spouses

Same-sex spousal rights, particularly in the area of employment law, are in a state of flux. This conundrum will hopefully be resolved later this year when the U.S. Supreme Court issues a ruling on a collection of four cases...more

The EEOC’s Latest Investigative Tactic: Trolling for Evidence Through Employee Email Blasts

In an unprecedented move, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) recently dispatched 1,330 emails to the work and personal email addresses of current and former employees and managers of Case New...more

Arizona Court of Appeals Renders Two Decisions Affecting Awards of Attorneys’ Fees in Lawsuits to Enforce Mechanics’ Liens

This past month, the Arizona Court of Appeals issued two decisions that could have significant implications for mechanics’ lien claimants....more

Phoenix Now Prohibits Employers from Discriminating on the Basis of Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity or Expression, and...

After more than five hours of heated debate and public discourse, the Phoenix City Council amended the Phoenix City Code on February 26, 2013 to ban discrimination in employment on the basis of “sexual orientation,” “gender...more

Under Construction - December 2012

In This Issue: Letter from the Editor; Colorado Construction Law Developments in 2012; Arizona Court of Appeals Issues Decision Related to the Application of the Statute of Repose and Economic Loss Doctrine for...more

Arizona Court of Appeals Issues Decision Related to the Application of the Statute of Repose and Economic Loss Doctrine for...

On December 4, 2012, the Arizona Court of Appeals issued a decision in Sullivan v. Pulte Home Corporation that will have significant implications in the construction industry. The case revolved around a home built by Pulte in...more

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