Arizona Appeals Court Strikes Down Law on Employee Benefits

The Arizona Court of Appeals said GOP lawmakers cannot stop local governments from requiring private employers give their workers more benefits than state law mandates. The case deals with a law passed in the wake of voters approving a higher state minimum wage, which also requires paid personal leave for employees.

Arizona Prop 206 and QuickBooks Desktop Payroll – Are You Ready

Prop 206 implementation is just around the corner! July 1st is fast approaching and businesses who process their own payroll need to be prepared. Employers must provide three pieces of information to the employees either in, or on an attachment to, the employee’s pay stub: The amount of earned paid sick time available to the[ … ]