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This Employee Handbook contains basic information only and is intended to be a guide and quick reference tool for you as an employee of the State of Arizona.It provides summary information concerning your position as an employee of the State.TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface and Introduction Part One: Overview of Arizona State Government The State Capitol The State Seal The State Flag The Three Branches of Arizona Government State Government Agencies Part Two: Equal Employment Equal Employment Opportunity Harassment Retaliation Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Complaints Part Three: Conditions of Employment Standards of Conduct Political Activities Conflict of Interest Work Hours State Property Security and Appropriate Use Outside (Secondary) Employment Substance-Free Workplace Part Four: Compensation and Classification Pay and Salary Administration Supplemental Pay Overtime and Compensatory Leave Tuition Reimbursement Part Five: Employment Employment Status State Job Board and Applying for Other State Jobs Career Center Part Six: Paid Leave Holidays Requests for Leave Annual Leave Donation of Annual Leave Sick Leave Retiree Accumulated Sick Leave (RASL) Program Administrative Leave Bereavement Leave Civic Duty Leave Compensatory Leave Educational Leave Living Donor Leave National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) Training Leave Meritorious Service Leave Part Seven: Unpaid Leave Furlough Leave Without Pay Part Eight: Leave That Could Be Either Paid or Unpaid Family and Medical Leave (FMLA) Industrial Leave Military Leave Victim Leave Part Nine: Other Benefits of State Employment Insurance Benefits Retirement Benefits Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Part Ten: Performance Management Performance Evaluations Part Eleven: Records Personnel Files Employee Time Records Part Twelve: Disciplinary Actions Discipline Part Thirteen: Additional Information Keys, Key Cards and Badges Safety and Accidents Solicitations Training Travel on State Business Workers Compensation Part Fourteen: Separating from State Employment Part Fifteen: Covered Employees Probationary Periods Change from Covered to Uncovered Status Grievance Procedures Appeals Reduction in Force Appendix: Useful Links USDOL Notice to Employees of Rights Under Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Part One: Overview of Arizona State Government The original Capitol building, with its distinctive copper dome, was dedicated in 1901, when Arizona was still a territory.Phoenix became the official state capital with Arizonas admission to the Union in 1912.

This document is a publication of the ADOA Human Resources Division.PREFACE This Employee Handbook applies to all State of Arizona employees in the State Personnel System, both covered and uncovered, and replaces all previous agency-specific employee handbooks.



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