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A worldwide technology outage is causing disruption to some State of Illinois online systems.  We are aware of this issue and are diligently working on restoration.

File a Complaint

The Department of Labor processes the following types of employment-related complaints. You can visit any of the offices for the Department of Labor and submit a complaint in person. Depending upon the type of complaint, you may need to provide certain documents such as W-2, pay stubs, and/or any other supporting documents verifying the complaint.


The Illinois Department of Labor has partnered with DocuSign to make filing a complaint easier. These links will make it easier to file a complaint on your mobile device as well.  Click here to file a complaint under the Child Labor Law, Day and Temporary Labor Standards Act and Nurse Agency Licensing Act.

Fair Labor Standards Division

IDOL uses a single wage claim application form that allows individuals to file claims under Illinois' Minimum Wage Law (MWL) and/or the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act (IWPCA).
For more information about the MWL, click here. For more information about the IWPCA, click here.

Please be advised, claims that are e-mailed, mailed, or faxed will experience longer than normal wait times for processing. If you have internet access, you are highly encouraged to file your wage claim using the Department’s online system for more efficient processing.

Illinois OSHA

Amusement Ride and Public Safety Division

Other Inquiries

Listed below are inquiries or areas of concern that do not fall under the jurisdiction of the Illinois Department of Labor. For answers regarding those inquiries and concerns, please contact the appropriate government agency directly. Contact information for other government agencies are listed below.

Unemployment Insurance

Income Tax Withholding (including 1099s and W2s)

Workers’ Compensation

Employee Benefits (ERISA/COBRA/Retirement/Pensions)

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Workplace Safety and Health (private sector)

Employment Discrimination

Union Labor Practice

Minimum Wage

Illinois Department of Labor enforces the state minimum wage. Some local units of government may enforce a different minimum wage.

Nurse (RN/LPN) License Lookup