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Labor boards are charged with enforcing state labor laws, according to the New York Department of Labor. These laws mandate minimum wage, work hours, safe and fair working conditions for employees, and in some states une... More »

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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... More »

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The federal labor board can be contacted by calling 1-866-487-2365, or by U.S. Mail to U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20210. Email is also an option by locating the specific departmen... More »

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The U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division provides information on individual state labor laws through its website. The National Conference of State Legislatures provides a summary of employment-related discrimi... More »

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Federal and state wage and labor laws require employers to pay employees promptly, and therefore, withholding a paycheck is not allowed. Employers are legally obligated under the Fair Labor Standards Act to follow certai... More »

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Some of the unique labor laws in California include the minimum wage for the state, as well as the laws regarding how overtime is paid. According to law firm Fox Rothschild, California has a minimum wage that is one of t... More »

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Child labor laws in Ohio require a work permit for those between the ages of 14 and 18, and the law limits the time of day as well as the total number of hours minors may work, according to the Ohio Department of Commerc... More »

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