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  • In Arizona, Employers Are Required to Pay Earned Wages to Employees

    In Arizona, Employers Are Required to Pay Earned Wages to Employees

    By Kraig Marton and Jeffrey Silence

    When you left your last job, did your former employer pay you everything you were owed? If not, your former employer faces serious consequences under state and federal laws. When an employee quits or is even fired for cause, employers are required to pay their former employee everything they are owed, including wages, commissions, bonuses, and other agreed upon … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Article

  • Why Every Employer Needs a Social Media Policy

    Why Every Employer Needs a Social Media Policy

    In 2012, most employers are engaging the public with social media sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. These social media sites can be cost effective ways to generate new business in a world where people spend more time on social media sites than ever. Indeed, social media is no longer an option, it is a necessity. Although social media is great for developing your business, it is not without its pitfalls. … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Article

  • Answers to Top Business Issues

    Answers to Top Business Issues

    As a business owner, you are under pressure to either maintain your existing base or expand your business. Increased sales, good employee relations, firm financial footing are all important components to your business' continued success and may take the majority of your time. Critical tasks, such as handling important legal matters may fall by the wayside. Building a strong legal foundation now will potentially … Read More

    Categories: Business & Corporate, Employment, Article

  • BYOD Can Be A Four-Letter Word

    BYOD Can Be A Four-Letter Word

    So your employee wants to use his new iPhone5S to respond to work emails while on vacation.  As an employer, you're thrilled.  You don't have to pay for the technology (or the data plan), but your employee is now accessible to you and your customers twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.  How could this possibly be a bad thing?

    Corporate BYOD ("Bring Your Own Device") policies open the door to … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Intellectual Property, Internet and Technology, Article