Arizona Administrative Code
Title 6 - ECONOMIC SECURITY
Chapter 2 - DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC SECURITY - EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING
Article 2 - EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT
Section R6-2-202 - Employer Services

Universal Citation: AZ Admin Code R 6-2-202

Current through Register Vol. 30, No. 12, March 22, 2024

A. The Department shall require the following information from an employer who places a job order:

1. A description of the essential functions of the job in sufficient detail to permit the Department to ascertain the qualifications a worker needs to satisfactorily perform the work, with or without reasonable accommodation;

2. An employer's hiring requirements, including the type of license or certification needed, or the type of equipment or tools the worker must supply;

3. The terms and conditions of work, including hours, salary, benefits, promotional opportunities, and travel requirements;

4. The job location and instructions for arranging a job interview.

B. The Department shall refer workers to the employer who most closely match the requirements in the job order. If qualified workers are not available from the Department's files and, if resources are available, the Department shall recruit qualified workers to fill the employer's order.

C. The Department shall not accept a job order from an employer for processing if:

1. The employer's requirements are discriminatory based on age, sex, national origin, or religion, unless the discriminatory characteristic is a bona fide occupational qualification necessary to perform the job. An example of a bona fide occupational qualification that is not discriminatory is the requirement for a female worker in a female intimate apparel retail outlet.

2. The terms and conditions of work are substandard under A.R.S. § 23-776(C)(2).

3. The position is vacant due directly to a strike, lockout, or other labor dispute or conflict between employers and workers, including wage disputes and collective bargaining efforts.

4. A worker is required to pay a fee for the job.

D. If an employer refuses to modify a job order deemed unacceptable by subsection (C), the Department shall notify the employer in writing of discontinuance of services. The notification shall include the employer's right of appeal.

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