Arizona Judicial Branch

Supplemental Benefits

Employee Benefits: Supplemental Benefits

Alternative Work Arrangements:

Eligible full-time employees may participate in alternative work arrangements such as flex-time or a compressed work week (9/80). 

Bus Card Plus Program:

The State subsidizes a Maricopa County employee's use of public transportation to and from work up to 50% through payroll deduction. For bus routes and schedules, go to Valley Metro

Capitol Rideshare:

This service provides state employees with information about ridesharing and assists in matching state employees with other employees who live and work near each other and who would like to share the ride.  Get more information at Capitol Rideshare.  Want to get out for lunch?  Get around in downtown Phoenix on the DASH bus.

Covered Parking:

Two parking garages are available for Supreme Court employee parking, as well as numerous surface lots around the building and capitol.  There is no charge for parking.  Click here for a map of the Arizona Courts Building and surrounding parking lots.

Credit Unions:

The Arizona State Credit Union and the Grand Canyon State Employees Federal Credit Union are available to employees.

Education & Training: 

All full-time Supreme Court employees must complete at least 16 credit hours of judicial education each year in accordance with the Arizona Code of Judicial Administration, Section 1-302.  Part-time employees and new hires have pro-rated hour requirements.  In most cases, this training is provided at no cost to the employee.  Visit our Training page for more information about continuing education at the Arizona Supreme Court.


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