Arizona Notices (Posting) laws & HR compliance analysis

Arizona Notices (Posting): What you need to know

Arizona requires that employers post several notices in the workplace, informing employees of their rights and obligations under various employment laws. The notices must be placed conspicuously and in enough places to be seen easily by employees as they enter and exit the workplace.
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Many of the required posters are available online from the Arizona Industrial Commission at https://www.azica.gov.
Child labor. Every employer subject to a minimum fair wage order, whether directory or mandatory, shall keep a copy of the order posted in a conspicuous place where minors are employed. Employers shall be furnished copies of orders on request without charge (AZ Rev. Stat. Sec. 23-323).
Constructive discharge. Employers must post a notice, include notice in the employee handbook, or include notice in a written communication provided to employees that is substantially in the following form:
“An employee is encouraged to communicate to the employer whenever the employee believes working conditions may become intolerable to the employee and may cause the employee to resign. Under Section 23-1502, Arizona Revised Statutes, an employee may be required to notify an appropriate representative of the employer in writing that a working condition exists that the employee believes is intolerable, that will compel the employee to resign, or that constitutes a constructive discharge if the employee wants to preserve the right to bring a claim against the employer alleging that the working condition forced the employee to resign.
"Under the law, an employee may be required to wait for 15 calendar days after providing written notice before the employee may resign if the employee desires to ...

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