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Where can you file a complaint with the State of California Labor Board?

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The California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, or DLSE, requires that complaints be filed via mail or in person to a DLSE office, according to the California Department of Industrial Relations. The Department of Industrial Relations provides downloadable forms and a tool to locate appropriate DLSE offices on its website.

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People in California making complaints regarding labor law violations or wages must mail or deliver the proper forms in person to the DLSE office responsible for the location in which the violation occurred, according to the California Department of Industrial Relations. California requires complaints regarding public works violations be mailed to one of two DLSE offices based on county of occurrence. The state requires that complaints based on retaliation or discrimination be delivered by mail or in-person to one of two offices listed covering Bakersfield and north, or south of Bakersfield.

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