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Year: 2016

State will rehire some, leave others terminated

December 30, 2016 | Firm News

Arizona has been the venue for multiple controversies that garnered national attention this year, and one the most galvanizing has been the ongoing plight of many state employees who were fired at alarming rate in the last few years. We commented on the developments several weeks ago, and the story has continued to twist and…

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Is it legal for my employer to cut my pay?

December 23, 2016 | Firm News

One of the most frustrating experiences in the business world can be when a company reduces an employee’s pay or benefits without reducing his or her responsibilities. While this may seem unfair, it is still legal in many cases. For workers who do not have the extra protections offered by an employment contract or collective…

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Anti-discrimination laws apply in hiring

December 13, 2016 | Firm News

It’s common for a large company to have bylaws and processes to follow throughout their organization. Bureaucracy keeps a uniform approach across multiple offices and time zones and keeps the brand universal when different people are running the show. Sometimes those rules are a little too rigid, though, and they suppress individual rights. No company…

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Don’t face the Medical Board alone

December 9, 2016 | Firm News

As a medical professional, you are aware of the constant threat to your career and the careers of your peers brought about by the Arizona Medical Board. It’s understandable, really — when a patient has a frustrating experience, there will be a portion of them are determined to find someone to blame, someone that they…

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