2017 Arizona Employee Handbook Template $29.95
For small business in The Grand Canyon State
Recent updates include AZ Sick Pay effective July 2017, and federal overtime pay regulations effective December 1, 2016. Update also includes language regarding use of Marijuana and language regarding company information stored on personal devices.
Contains all major policies for small business with specific language complying with Arizona regulations, and complies with federal guidelines and requirements for employers.
Creating an employee handbook can be very time consuming, and costly. Figuring out what to include and how to word it can tie up the HR and legal departments for weeks...or months. And now you've been assigned the task of creating one for your Arizona small business.
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All the hard work has been done for you. The template masters at the Employee Handbook Store started with an attorney-drafted document which and been reviewed and polished by HR professionals, and created the best employee handbook template on the market. Developed to comply with Arizona and federal labor laws, this template includes the policies used by 99% of all small businesses. So unless your business is extremely unusual, you found exactly what you are looking for!
Formatted for Arizona:
- Arizona-specific template - over 100 policy topics.
- Easily customize with your company logo.
- Many topics have multiple options.
- Easily edit, delete or add topics.
- Acknowledgement form for employees to sign.
- FREE Safety Manual template with over 30 topics.
- FREE No-Compete & Non-Disclosure agreement.
- FREE Drug Testing Policy and Consent Form.
- Formatted in Microsoft Word for PC or Mac.
- Available in PDF format.
- Available in MS Works format.
- Available In RTF (Rich Text Format).
Comply With Arizona Requirements
Arizona labor law complies primarily with federal labor laws, and has no special requirements for short-term disability leave beyond federal guidelines. The employee handbook template offered here includes language adhering to the federal requirements for short-term disability leave. Other policies provided in this template adhere to federal labor laws as well, which meet or exceed state laws*. Arizona small businesses will find, included in this template, policies for cell phones and texting, breaks, conduct, employee use of company vehicles, employee dress code, computer use, compensation, and many others.
Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover Card, eChecks and PayPal accepted.
Labor laws require that all businesses have written policy and enforce policies uniformly with all employees. An employee handbook is simply the best, most cost-effective method for complying with this requirement.
Best AZ Employee Handbook Template
*Note that state laws may change at any time, without notice. It is important that the purchaser have the final handbook reviewed by legal council annually
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Logically organized for ease of use, topics are included for policies, procedures, employment standards, benefits, discipline and more. Many topics provide two to four options per topic (based on your preferences) for issues like smoking on company property. Developed by HR and management professionals, this template includes options that comply with federal FMLA and EEOC requirements.
Printable or Save as PDF to post or email
Print and distribute the handbook, or save it as a PDF which can be distributed via email or posted on the web for employees with access. When printed, the product is set up to allow for 3-hole punching along the left side as well as punching or binding along the top.
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Information About AZ Employment
Collectively, small businesses with employees make up an even larger segment of the workforce than major employers in Arizona. All employers, regardless of the number of employees, are required by labor laws to have written policy made available to employees.
Prominent Local Employers
The employers listed below are among the major employers in AZ, and account for a significant number of employed workers in the state.
Bank of America
John C. Lincoln Health Network
JP Morgan Chase
SRP - Salt River Project
Department of Labor
For answers to questions, by employers or employees, regarding disputes, youth employment, licensing, minimum wage, requirements for an employees handbook and labor law issues, contact:
Industrial Commission of AZ Labor Dept.
800 W Washington Street
Phoenix AZ 85007