Arizona Wage & Hour Violations Lawyers

Arizona’s Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act establishes the statewide minimum wage in Arizona, which is $12.80 through December 31, 2022, and ensures that wage increases every year based on inflation.  Arizona municipalities can set their own higher minimum wages as the voters in Flagstaff and Tucson have already done.  You are also protected by the Fair Labor Standards Act, including for many employees the right to overtime.  In other words, Arizona workers have many layers of protection against wage theft by their employers. Furthermore, we have experience recovering benefits for employees when their employers try to claim an employee is an independent contractor or employed by a contractor that works for the true employer.  If you believe you are being cheated out of your compensation, you should set up a consultation with our attorneys.  In many cases, you can recover two or three times the amount in wages that your employer has wrongfully kept from you.

Contact our office or call (480) 418-0668 to schedule a consultation for your employment law issue. Se habla español.

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