Arizona's Minimum Wage and Unemployment

Minimum Wage and Unemployment notices must be posted in the workplace. What’s Changing for Minimum Wage? On January 1, 2020, Arizona employers are required to pay all employees—full-time, part-time, and temporary—an increased minimum wage rate of $12.00 per hour. Employers must continue to pay employees who regularly receive tips $3.00 per hour less than the minimum wage, which is $9.00 per hour for the year 2020. As determined by Arizona’s

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Minimum Wage Increase in 2019 for Arizona Workers

Things are heating up in Arizona, where employees will soon be getting a minimum wage increase, effective January 1, 2019. Under Arizona’s Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act, the minimum wage will increase again on January 1, 2020, followed by annual cost-of-living adjustments every January 1 thereafter. Details of Arizona’s Minimum Wage 2019 Minimum Wage Rate Beginning January 1, 2019, employers in Arizona must pay all full-time, part-time, and temporary

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Minimum Wage Increase for Arizona On the Horizon

As of January 1, 2018, Arizona’s minimum wage will once again be on the rise, based on The Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act, which went into effect in November 2016. Details of the Pending Update Minimum Wage Rate The minimum wage rate in Arizona will increase to $10.50 per hour, effective January 1, 2018. This will be followed by annual adjustments through January 1, 2020. Thereafter, annual increases will

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Earned Paid Sick Time Coming to Arizona

Under The Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act, a new law that goes into effect July 1, 2017, Arizona employees will be entitled to earned paid sick time. While the law doesn’t take effect for a few months, the poster has already been released. Benefits of the New Law Beginning July 1, 2017, employees may accrue a minimum of 1 hour of earned paid sick time for every 30 hours

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No 2016 Minimum Wage Increase in Arizona Keeps 2015 Poster Compliant

Following the trend of states like Oregon and cities like Mountain View, Arizona will not be increasing the annual minimum wage for 2016. Come January 1, the minimum wage will remain at $8.05. 2015 Poster Remains in Compliance Arizona is one of several states that has an annual CPI calculation to determine if there will be a wage increase, and this year the trend has been that wages are staying

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Catching Up: Are You On Top Of The 24 Year-End Labor Law Updates?

Now that 2014 has come to an end and 2015 marches onward, it is time to take a breath and reflect on the unprecedented 24 state and federal labor law poster updates that took effect at the beginning of this year. As there have never been so many end-of-year changes, keeping track of them all is a serious chore. First, let’s take a look at a simplified list of all

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Arizona Updates Unemployment Poster; New AZ Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Arizona labor law poster is a new version of the Unemployment Insurance poster. New information has been added regarding discrimination and services for the disabled, as well as opening claims and registering for work online. We are publishing an updated AZ state poster with these latest changes.  For more information about the Arizona labor law poster or to learn more about our OneSystem 1-Year

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Arizona Raises Minimum Wage for 2014; New AZ Labor Law Poster Required

The Arizona minimum wage will increase from $7.80 to $7.90 per hour as of Jan. 1, 2014, according to the Industrial Commission of Arizona. The updated minimum wage poster is the latest required change on the AZ labor law poster. The minimum wage is adjusted for any increase in the Consumer Price Index every January 1. We are publishing an updated AZ state poster with this latest change.  For more

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Arizona Raises Minimum Wage for 2013; New AZ Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Arizona labor law poster is the minimum wage increase from $7.65 to $7.80, effective Jan.1, 2013, according to the Industrial Commission of Arizona. The annual Jan. 1 AZ minimum wage adjustment is caused by any increase in the Consumer Price Index. We will publish an updated Arizona labor law poster including the new AZ minimum wage poster when the state issues its new notice. For more information about

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Seven States Update Minimum Wage Posters; New Labor Law Posters Required

Seven states have updated their Minimum Wage posters with increases that go into effect Jan. 1, including Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Ohio, Oregon, Vermont and Washington.  The following changes require a new state labor law poster (except Washington): Arizona:  Increase from $7.35 to $7.65 Colorado:  Increase from $7.36 to $7.64 Florida:  Increase from $7.31 to $7.67 Ohio:  Increase from $7.40 to $7.70 Oregon:  Increase from $8.50 to $8.80 Vermont:  Increase from $8.15

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