Arizona employment law handbook.

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Imprint:[Arizona] : Continuing Legal Education by State Bar of Arizona, [2017]-
[Place of distribution not identified] : [LexisNexis], [2017]-
Description:1 online resource
Subject:Labor laws and legislation -- Arizona -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Electronic books.
Handbooks and manuals.
Format: E-Resource Journal
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Varying Form of Title:Employment law handbook
Other uniform titles:LEXIS (Information retrieval system)
Other authors / contributors:Arn, Thomas D., editor.
State Bar of Arizona. Continuing Legal Education, issuing body.
Frequency:Updated regularly
Notes:Database includes most recent edition only.
Editor in chief: Thomas D. Arn [and others].
Description based on source information screen, viewed May 6, 2020.
Summary:Arizona employment law handbook is an authoritative, comprehensive guide to the law governing private sector and public sector employment in Arizona. Written and reviewed by over 65 top Arizona employment law attorneys, Arizona employment law analyses cases, statues, and regulations. You'll find thorough, practical discussion of cutting-edge issues such as privacy rights with the workplace, wrongful discharge, restrictive covenants, and new causes of action and remedies for discrimination, as well as employment law basics such as wages and hours, employee benefits, occupational safety and health, workers' compensation, and unemployment compensation. It also covers state and federal government employment, school districts, counties, cities, Indian tribes, Civil Rights Acts, ADEA, FMLA, military leave and veterans' rights. An indispensable resource for private, public and corporate attorneys, personnel and affirmative action officers, and anyone else who needs to be knowledgeable about employment law in Arizona.