Weinberger Law

employment law Archives

Discrimination encompasses a large portion of employment law

One thing that every worker here in Scottsdale and elsewhere should count on is a workplace free of hostility. Sadly, even in an age where tolerance is higher than ever before, people still suffer from discrimination, which results in unwanted and unwarranted harassment and retaliation. For this reason, discrimination issues encompass a large portion of employment law.

Employment law protects Scottsdale workers with disabilities

Having a disability does present challenges to those Scottsdale residents who have them. However, many do not let that stop them from living their lives to the fullest, and that includes finding a job. Most already know that employment law protects them from discrimination, harassment and retaliation based on their disabilities, but their employers' responsibilities do not end there.

Don't forget the acknowledgement for the employee handbook

One of the best ways that Scottsdale companies can protect themselves against unwarranted claims from employees is through getting the word out. This means that every worker should have an employee handbook outlining what is expected of him or her, including the companies' stances against issues such as harassment, discrimination and retaliation. The issue is having a way to verify that a particular employee received a copy of the handbook, reviewed it and was given a chance to ask questions and receive clarifications about it.

How is "at will" defined by Arizona employment law?

If you no longer want to stay at your job, then you may walk away from your workplace at any time. On the other hand, your employer may also terminate your employment at any time. This is what most people understand to be "at will" employment under Arizona employment law.

Email Us For A Response

Begin Your Case Today

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy


Office Location:

Weinberger Law
5635 N. Scottsdale Road
Suite 170
Scottsdale, AZ 85250

Phone: 480-900-5192
Scottsdale Law Office Map

Review Us