Who Monitors California Labor Laws & How You Can Report Violations
The mission of the Office of the California Labor Commissioner is to guarantee a fair day's pay in to every employee in California and to promote economic justice through labor law enforcement initiatives.
The Office of the California Labor Commissioner brings earned salaries into the pockets of employees and help level the playing field for law-abiding employers by fighting wage theft, shielding jobs from retaliation, and educating the public. The following table illustrates the latest labor laws in California:
How Do I Report Labor Law Violations?
All jobs are covered in California by labor laws. Your immigration status will not be challenged by the Labor Commissioner's Office nor disclosed to other government agencies. To file a labor law violation report, there is no need to disclose your social security number or photo identification.
You must immediately contact a pre-screened California labor lawyer so he or she can analyze your situation and find the best course of action. To submit your case 24 hours a day, click here or call our the employee right's hotline at 1-661-310-7999