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Coronavirus and the new workplace: Your rights, your responsibilities.

Posted by   /  March 26, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Employment Law  /  No Comments

By Rachel Feintzeig | Wall Street Journal The rules, norms—and fears—governing the workplace are changing as fast as the Covid-19 outbreak appears to be spreading. After The Wall Street Journal’s recent article dissecting what bosses can and can’t make you do in light of the coronavirus pandemic, more questions poured in from readers trying to navigate the […]

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David McDowell, Rose Law Group partner and litigation department director explains what the new family leave law does — and doesn’t — do.

Posted by   /  March 26, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Economy, Employment Law, Real Estate  /  No Comments

National Association of Home Builders The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced today its first round of published guidance to provide information to employers and employees about how each will be able to take advantage of the protections and relief offered by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) when it takes effect on April 1. The […]

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Arizona tax deadline extended; unemployment guidelines expanded

Posted by   /  March 22, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Employment Law  /  No Comments

KTAR Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced Friday night that he has signed action that will change unemployment guidelines and extend the deadline to file state taxes. The deadline for 2019 taxes will now be July 15 instead of April 15, the same change for federal tax returns that Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced Friday. Unemployment […]

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REGIONAL NEWS: Help wanted: Utah is facing a major worker shortage, report says

Posted by   /  January 15, 2020  /  Employment Law, Regional News  /  No Comments

By Jasen Lee | KSL  SALT LAKE CITY — Utah has more jobs available than it has people to fill them. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce reported this week there are fewer than three workers for every four jobs in the Beehive State, the fifth-lowest ratio of job seekers to open positions in the United […]

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REGIONAL NEWS: Most employers in Nevada can no longer utilize pre-employment drug tests for marijuana

Posted by   /  January 13, 2020  /  Employment Law  /  No Comments

By Max Darrow | KSNV)  Nevada is now the first state that bans most employers from utilizing pre-employment drug tests for marijuana as a hiring practice. “That really opens up their job pool and allows for that much more normalization in this state, and you’re going to see many other states, too, following through with […]

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Supervisors uphold Petersen’s suspension, ask county attorney to seek his removal from office

Posted by   /  December 28, 2019  /  Courts/Law, Employment Law  /  No Comments

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors prepares to go into executive session on Oct. 14, 2019, to discuss indicted county Assessor Paul Petersen. /Photo by Jeremy Duda /Arizona Mirror By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors upheld indicted assessor Paul Petersen’s suspension and took things a step further by asking […]

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Workers vote to strike against Tucson-based Asarco over ‘insulting’ contract offer

Posted by   /  October 12, 2019  /  Employment Law, Energy and Environment  /  No Comments

ASARCO labor rally: Labor unions representing about 2,000 Asarco workers picketed amid contentious contract negotiations in 2015./Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star   Unions representing about 2,000 hourly workers at five Asarco mining operations in Arizona and Texas voted overwhelmingly to strike against unfair labor practices, rejecting a final […]

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Supreme Court won’t review Asarco copper-price bonus case, prompting payments

Posted by   /  October 7, 2019  /  Courts/Law, Employment Law  /  No Comments

US Supreme Court has denied review hear Asarco’s appeal of lower court rulings prompted the company to pay some $10 million in copper price bonuses to about 750 current and former workers./ A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star 2011 By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star   The U.S. Supreme Court has denied review of rulings requiring […]

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Q&A: Veteran political reporter confident ‘Republic’ newsroom will win unionization fight

Posted by   /  October 7, 2019  /  Employment Law, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

Newsroom staff members at one of Gannett’s largest newspapers, the Arizona Republic, launched a unionization effort Wednesday in advance of the company’s planned acquisition by GateHouse Media./ Richard Drew By Dillon Rosenblatt  | Arizona Capitol Times Amid a hefty battle with management that involved getting her work phone confiscated, Arizona Republic reporter Rebekah Sanders is confident the newsroom […]

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Feeling overworked? Arizona is working overtime, says Joblist

Posted by   /  September 25, 2019  /  Employment Law, Featured News  /  No Comments

Here’s the hard truth: Many Americans work overtime, but far too few get paid for that extra work. The United States is a bit of a paradox when it comes to money. As one of the richest nations in the world, American households typically have more disposable income than the average country included in the […]

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