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Arizona Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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Employers in Arizona must conform with these state rules relating to wage and hour recordkeeping requirements.

Employers must maintain payroll records showing the hours worked for each day worked and the wages paid to all employees for a period of four years.

Failure to comply with this requirement raises a rebuttable presumption that the employer did not pay the required minimum wage rate.

Employers must allow the Industrial Commission, law enforcement officers, the employee or the employee's designated representative to inspect or copy payroll records.

The Industrial Commission may reduce or waive the recordkeeping requirements by regulation for any category of small employers whom it finds would be unreasonably burdened by the requirements.

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