Term Labor Law Violations Reporting
Code FN-1700.3960
Definition Programs that provide a hotline or other mechanisms that people who have experienced or observed wage theft or other labor law violations can use to file a report with the appropriate authorities. Examples of wage theft and other violations include failure to pay minimum wage, overtime or business expenses; failure to provide rest and/or meal periods, itemized wage statements or Workers Compensation insurance; or other problems that may be specific to child labor, farm labor contractors, garment manufacturing or unlicensed contractors.
Created 11/1/18
Changed 11/2/18
Use References Child Labor Laws Violations Reporting
Minimum Wage Violations Reporting
Wage Theft Violations Reporting
See Also References Employment (ND)
Employment Discrimination Assistance (FT-1800.1850)
Employment Related Advocacy Groups (TD-1600.1790)
Labor and Employment Law (FT-4150)
Labor Organizations (TN-4400)
Labor Relations (FT-4200)
Labor Standards and Practices (DF-8000.4500)
Pension Benefits Assistance (FT-1000.6500)
Pension Benefits Regulation (DF-8000.4500-650)
Sexual Harassment Prevention (FN-1500.8170)
Workers Compensation (NS-1800.9500)
Workers Compensation Benefits Assistance (FT-1000.9700)
Workers Compensation Fraud Reporting (FN-1700.3350-950)
External Classification Terms Citizen Crime Reporting (NPC I02.02)
Criminal Law Enforcement (UW 6.1.02.05)
Law Enforcement (NTE I60)
Legal, Consumer and Public Safety Services (AIRS LE-450)
Legal/Public Safety (CAN LP-450)
Related Concepts
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Bibliographic References "Report a Labor Law Violation", State of California, Department of Industrial Relations, https://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/howtoreportviolationtobofe.htm

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