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Legal Aid at Work provides extensive, detailed legal information online.
Here are some letters and forms you can download and use to communicate with your employer about your workplace rights.
Highlights of Our Work
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You may get help or information from these government agencies that address issues related to national origin discrimination and workers' rights.
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity CommissionLearn More
EEOC enforces federal job discrimination laws.
California Department of Fair Employment and HousingLearn More
DFEH enforces state discrimination laws in housing, jobs, and public accommodations.
U.S. Department of Justice, Immigrant and Employee Rights SectionLearn More
DOJ enforces parts of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
California Labor CommissionerLearn More
The California Labor Commissioner combats wage theft, retaliation, and enforces parts of the California Labor Code.