Arizona Labor Law Updates

All businesses with employees in Arizona are required by state & federal employment laws to post Labor Law Posters in a visible location. Employment laws change often, which require labor law posters to be updates. Below includes past & most recent mandatory labor law updates which require employers to post the latest version of these posters.

 

Mandatory change(s) for the state of Arizona

Date
Poster/Update
  • 11/2019

    Arizona Minimum Wage-Revised with new $12.00 per hour minimum wage effective January 1st, 2020.

  • 10/2018

    Arizona Minimum Wage-Updated with the new minimum wage of $11.00 per hour effective January 1st, 2019.

  • 06/2018

    -Poster completely re-designed with new addresses and revised phone numbers.

  • 12/2017

    Arizona Minimum Wage-Updated to reflect new 2018 minimum wage rate of $10.50 effective January 1, 2018.

  • 05/2017

    Earned Paid Sick Time-New poster requirement for the state of Arizona, effective July 1, 2017.

Mandatory federal change(s)

Date
Poster/Update
  • 07/2016

    Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) - Federal Minimum Wage-Update includes new regulation revisions as of August 2016 which includes text regarding nursing mothers and overtime rules.

  • 07/2016

    Employee Polygraph Notice-Update includes new regulation revisions as of August 2016 which includes the removal of penalty amount up to $10,000 against violators and revised contact numbers.

  • 05/2015

    Wyoming OSHA - Health and Safety Protection-Updated to reflect an employees right to report work-related injuries and illnesses free from retaliation.

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Arizona Labor Law Poster Posting Requirements:

  • Minimum Wage Law (Arizona Revised Statutes, 23-364, Enforcement) Employees have the right to be paid a minimum wage as determined by Arizona statutes. Employers must inform workers of this right, and provide them with instructions on how to file a complaint if required. The full-color Arizona State Only Labor Law Poster clearly displays key minimum wage law information, and covers other important details such as overtime pay, tip credit, and more. It’s ideal for keeping your employees informed – and keeping your company compliant.
  • Arizona Workers Compensation Act (Arizona Revised Statutes, 23-981) The Arizona State Only Labor Law Poster allows you to clearly notify your employees that you’re complying fully with Arizona Workers' Compensation Law. Make certain all employees have access to important information if filing a claim for a work-related injury or illness occurs while on the job – it’s mandatory!
  • Unemployment Insurance Law (Arizona Revised Statutes, 23-772) Your employees must be covered by Arizona unemployment insurance, and it’s your obligation to ensure that they have the information they need to access coverage, or file a complaint. The Arizona State Only Labor Law Poster fulfils this obligation by keeping your employees informed of their rights.
  • Constructive Discharge Law (Arizona Revised Statutes, 23-1502) Arizona Constructive Discharge Law entitles employees to file complaint due to unsatisfactory working conditions. If an employer has found the claim to be accurate, they can discharge an employee temporarily until the conditions have been addressed, and corrected. The Arizona State Only Labor Law poster displays these rules in a clear, summarized and easy-to-read manner.
  • Work Exposure to Bodily Fluids (Arizona Revised Statutes, 23-1043.02) Employee health and safety is your top organizational priority. Arizona statue mandates that all workers should be notified that they are protected, and have the right to file a claim should they come in contact with hazardous bodily fluids while at work. Display the poster next to your other workers compensation notices so they understand their rights.
  • Discrimination in Employment Law (Arizona Revised Statutes, 41-1483) Discrimination in the workplace is a serious issue that can result in severe penalties. The Arizona State Only Labor Law poster displays your company’s zero-tolerance for discrimination, and outlines the key areas in which discrimination (on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic testing, or disabilities) that shall not occur in regards to employment.
  • Arizona Safety and Health Protection (Arizona Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1972) Under the Arizona Occupational Safety and Health Act, employers are required by law to provide their workers with a work environment that is free and clear of health and safety hazards. The Arizona State Only Labor Law Poster allows you to display this information in a clear, organized manner.
  • Arizona No Smoking Poster (A.R.S 36-601-01) It’s against the law in Arizona for employees to smoke in the workplace. The Arizona State Only Labor Law Poster clearly reminds employees of your NO SMOKING policy at work.
  • MRSA - Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureaus Poster (A.R.S 23-1043.04) Employees who might be exposed to MRSA, Spinal Meningitis or TB in the workplace must be informed of their rights to file a complaint if an illness occurs. The Arizona State Only Labor Law poster clearly informs them of key details and the steps they must take to file a claim.
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Minimum Wage Rates in Arizona in 2020:

Effective January 1, 2020, Arizona’s state minimum wage is $12.00.

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Important Phone Numbers: State of Arizona

  • Labor Department - Wage Claims - (602) 542-4515
  • ADOSH (Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health) - Phoenix: (602) 542-5795 Tucson: (520) 628-5478
  • Industrial Commission of Arizona - (602) 542-4411
  • Unemployment Insurance - 1 (877) 600-2722
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