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 Arizona Minimum Wage Act Spanish PDF

The Arizona Minimum Wage Act Spanish is a labor law posters poster by the Arizona Industrial Commission. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Arizona, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This Spanish version poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. All employees in the state of Arizona must be paid no less than $12.00 per hour. Exemptions for the Fair Wage and Healthy Families Act includes anyone who is employed by a parent or sibling, perform babysitting services, work under the Arizona or U.S. government, and/or work under a small establishment that obtains grosses fewer than $500,000. The poster also lists regulations for employees that obtain tips or gratuities. Employers are prohibited from retaliating against an employee that asserts their rights under this Act.


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LEY GENERAL DE SALARIOS JUSTOS Y FAMILIAS SANAS 	
(FAIR WAGES AND HEALTHY FAMILIES ACT )  A partir del 1 de enero del 2020, el salario mínimo en 	
Arizona será
:  $1	
2	.00	 la hora	 	
EXEPCIONES	: 	La Ley General de Salarios Justos y Familias Sanas (la “Ley General”) no 	tendrá 	
vigencia para las personas que sean empleadas por 
padres de familia o hermanos; 
cualquier persona que trabaje informal mente en el hogar de los patrones 
proporcionando  servicios de cuidado de menores ; cualqu ier persona que sea empleada 
por el Estado de Arizona o el gobierno de los Estados Unidos; o cualquier persona 
que sea emplead a por  	
una pequeña empresa que genere menos de $500,000 en 	
ingresos anuales, si dicha pequeñ a empresa estuviera excempta de pagar un salario 
mínimo  de conformidad con la fracción  206(a) del Título  29 del Código Estatutario 
de los Estados Unidos. 	
PROPINAS	: 	Para todos los empleados que acostumbren a recibir propinas, 	las entidades patronales 	
podr án pagarles a tales empleados hasta un máximo de $3.00 menos por  la hora que 
el salario mínimo , si  tales entidades patronales  puedan comprobar con sus constancias 
que, por cada semana, al sumar las propinas a los sueldos pagados, los empleados 
recibieron n	
o menos del sueldo mínimo por todas las horas trabajadas. Deberá 	
cumplirse con ciertas otras condiciones.  	
REPRESALIAS Y 
DISCRIMINACION	 	
PROHIBIDOS	: 	
Se les prohíbe a 	las entidades patronales	 discriminar contra otras personas o 	
someterlas a represalias por:  	(1) afirmar sus reclamaciones o derechos de 	
conformidad con la Ley General;  (2)  ayudar a cualquier otra persona a afirmar  esto; 
o (3)   inform arle a cualquier otra persona sus derechos de conformidad con la Ley
General .	
EJECUCIÓN	: 	Cualquier persona u or	ganización podrá presentar una 	queja	 ante el Departamento del 	
Trabajo de la Comisión Industrial en la que se alegue que una entidad patronal ha 
quebrantado la Ley General. Hay que cumplir con ciertos límites de tiempo.  También 
se puede  interponer una demanda civil  en conformidad con la Ley General. Las 
trasgresiones de la Ley General pudieran resultar  en sanciones. 	
INFORMACIÓN	: 	Para obtener más información sobre la Ley General, deberá buscar en la página de 
Internet de la Comisión: www.azica.gov	; también podrá comunicarse con el 	
Departamento del Trabajo de la Comisión Industrial: Industrial Commission’s Labor 
Department: 800 W. Washington, Phoenix, Arizona 85007-2022;  o llamar al teléfono 
(602) 542-4515.	
ESTE A	

VISO DEBERÁ PUBLICARSE MUY VISIBLEMENTE EN UN SITIO  
AL QUE LOS EMPLEADOS TENGAN ACCESO

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