Employment Offer: Arizona
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Authors: Paige A. Martin and Daniel Press, Kutak Rock LLP
- Although employment offers may be made verbally, it is recommended that employers confirm offers in writing. See Making an Employment Offer.
- Employment offers should clearly state the basic terms of employment, including whether the employment is at-will or for a defined term. See Making an Employment Offer.
- Offers should identify any conditions that must be met prior to the commencement of employment. See Conditional Terms in Employment Offers and Withdrawing an Employment Offer.
- Arizona employers must be cautious to comply with federal and state antidiscrimination laws when conditioning an employment offer on submitting to or passing tests. See Conditional Terms in Employment Offers.
- Employers may withdraw job offers under certain circumstances. See Withdrawing an Employment Offer.