What does the labor board handle?

What does the labor board handle?

A California labor board complaint is where employees complain to a state agency that hears and investigates employment disputes, about improper actions by an employer. The two main “labor boards” in California are the Labor Commissioner’s Office and the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH).

What does the National Labor Relations Board do?

NLRB.gov. The National Labor Relations Board is an independent federal agency that protects the rights of private sector employees to join together, with or without a union, to improve their wages and working conditions. Read More.

What do you need to know about the Labor Board?

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing ,⁠ 3 which handles disputes involving discrimination, harassment, and related issues involving unfair treatment. Each type of “labor board” has a unique complaint-filing process. And the types of issues they can help employees with are usually very specific.

How to contact the National Labor Law Board?

If your question is about unpaid wages, safety on the job, employment discrimination, workers’ compensation, or a number of other work-related issues, you will have to contact a different government agency. Website links and phone numbers are available on this Related Agencies page.

When to file a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board?

Charges must be filed in a Regional Office, usually with the help of an Information Officer, within six months of the occurrence. The Regional Office will investigate the charge and, if found meritorious, will issue a complaint.

The National Labor Relations Board protects the rights of most private-sector employees to join together, with or without a union, to improve their wages and working conditions. If you believe your rights have been violated, or that an employer or a union has engaged in unlawful conduct, you may file a charge through one of our regional offices.

Charges must be filed in a Regional Office, usually with the help of an Information Officer, within six months of the occurrence. The Regional Office will investigate the charge and, if found meritorious, will issue a complaint.

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing ,⁠ 3 which handles disputes involving discrimination, harassment, and related issues involving unfair treatment. Each type of “labor board” has a unique complaint-filing process. And the types of issues they can help employees with are usually very specific.

If your question is about unpaid wages, safety on the job, employment discrimination, workers’ compensation, or a number of other work-related issues, you will have to contact a different government agency. Website links and phone numbers are available on this Related Agencies page.