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Program: California Department of Industrial Relations - Division of Labor Standards Enforcement

Agency: California Department of Industrial Relations

Resource Number: 4097226
Alternate name: DIR - DLSE - Labor Commissioner's Office

Works to ensure a just day's pay in every workplace in the State and to promote economic justice through enforcement of labor laws. By combating wage theft, protecting workers from retaliation, and educating the public, puts earned wages into workers' pockets and helps level the playing field for law-abiding employers. 

The DLSE adjudicates wage claims, investigates discrimination and public works complaints, and enforces labor law and the Industrial Welfare Commission wage orders.

2022 COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave

Program Phones:
Main - Labor Commissioner’s Office

Website: www.dir.ca.gov/DLSE
Email: LaborComm.WCA.SAC@dir.ca.gov

Location information
Sites offering this program
+ Labor Commissioner's Sacramento Office ->
Labor Commissioner's Sacramento Office  
Location: 2031 Howe Avenue, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95825
Description: Corner of Howe Avenue and Cottage Way.
Bus Service: SacRT Bus 87.
Disabilities Access: No information has been provided by Agency.
Mailing Address: 2031 Howe Avenue, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95825
Service Area:

Program Delivery
Eligibility: Open to California employees.
Languages: Spanish, English
Application Process: Download, print, and complete the Initial Report or Claim, DLSE Form 1. File your claim by mail, email, or in person.
Payment methods:
Program Fees: No fee.
Documents Required: Submit one copy of the following documents, if you have them (DO NOT SUBMIT ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS): Time records. Provide a COPY of any records you kept of the hours and dates you worked that support your claim. Paychecks and pay stubs. Provide a COPY of any paychecks and pay stubs you received showing the wages you were paid during your claim period. Dishonored (or “bounced”) paycheck(s). If you were paid with a paycheck that could not be cashed by you because your employer has no account with the bank or insufficient funds in the account from which the check was drawn, provide a COPY of any such dishonored check(s) or other documentation from the bank that indicates the check could not be cashed. Notice of employment information. Provide a COPY if you received a notice from your employer after January 1, 2012 that indicates your basic employment information including your rate of pay, any overtime rate of pay, whether you were paid by the hour, shift, day, week, salary, piece, commission, or otherwise, and your regular payday.
Service Area:
Defined coverage area:
CA -Statewide


Agency Background

Programs at California Department of Industrial Relations

California Department of Industrial Relations - Cal/OSHA
California Department of Industrial Relations - Division of Workers' Compensation

Tax Status: None or unknown
Legal Status: Government - State
Funding: State.

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