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- DrugFreeAz.org Honored with Alliance Achievement Award
- Washington Federal Promotes Debbie Hernandez to Assistant Vice President
- Quarles & Brady Welcomes Two Attorneys to its Phoenix Office
- Dr. Ioanna Morfessis to Provide Keynote Address at AAED’s January Symposium ‘Taking Care of Business’
- Dawn Valdivia Named to Make-A-Wish® Arizona Board of Directors
Industrial Commission of Arizona approves Arizona Minimum Wage Increase
At a public meeting held on October 16, 2013, the Industrial Commission of Arizona calculated that Arizona’s minimum wage of $7.80 per hour would be increased by $0.10 to $7.90 for calendar year 2014. Arizona’s minimum wage of $7.90 per hour will be higher than the federal minimum wage of $7.25 through 2014.
The Industrial Commission’s website www.azica.gov contains information regarding the 2006 initiative, Arizona’s minimum wage, and employers’ obligations. Inquiries regarding Arizona’s minimum wage can be directed to Karen Axsom, Director of the Industrial Commission’s Labor Department at 602-542-4515.
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