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Arizona Termination (with Discharge): What you need to know

Under Arizona's Employment Protection Act, in the absence of a written contract, private sector employment relationships are “severable at will” at any time by either the employer or the employee unless there is a written contract to the contrary specifying a duration of time for the employment relationship or otherwise restricting the right of either party to terminate the relationship (AZ Rev. Stat. Sec. 23-1501). A written contract may take the form of a legal document signed by both parties or it may be expressed in an employee handbook or manual distributed to employees provided that the handbook or manual specifically states that it is to be read as a contract of employment.
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The Employment Protection Act sets forth certain exceptions to the at-will doctrine by outlining the circumstances under which an employee has a claim for wrongful termination, including when:
• The employment relationship is terminated in breach of an employment contract;
• The employment relationship is terminated in violation of the state constitution or a state statute, such as the civil rights law, occupational safety and health law, or whistleblowing laws; or
• The employer violates the continued employment rights of a public employee.
All definitions and restrictions contained in a statute also apply to any civil action based on a violation of the public policy arising out of the statute. If the statute provides a remedy to an employee for violation of the statute, these remedies are the exclusive remedies for the employee.
Child support. An employer may not discharge or otherwise discriminate against or discipline an employee who discloses an obligation to pay child support (AZ Rev. ...

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