How to Report Labor Law Violations
There are a wide variety of labor law violations that can and should be reported. The fastest way to get to the right place is to call the Hurm Law Firm and get a free consultation by calling (216) 860-1922. You can also follow this map of questions to get yourself to the right place on your own:
Examples of Labor Law Violations
- Is the labor law violation you are reporting a violation of the requirement that the employer keep a safe and healthy working environment?
- If yes, contact one of the Occupation Health and Safety Office in this link.
- If no, continue down this map.
- Is the labor law violation you are reporting a violation of the requirement that your employer pay minimum wage, overtime, or any other pay issue?
- If yes, are you a public (meaning federal, state, or local government) employee?
- If yes, contact Ohio’s federal Department of Labor office in this link.
- If you are not a public employee, contact the Ohio Department of Commerce, Wage and Hour Division in this link.
- Is the labor law violation you are reporting discrimination on the basis of age, race, gender, disability, pregnancy, retaliation for reporting discrimination or any other unlawful discrimination, you can contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for the Cleveland office at this link and the Cincinnati office at this link.
- Does your workplace have a collective bargaining agreement? If you do not know, are you a member of a union?
- If yes, you should first contact your union and ask them to file a grievance on you and your coworkers’ behalf.
- If your union says there is an unfair labor practice or that it is beyond their means, you can contact the National Labor Relations Board Cleveland office at this link and the Cincinnati Office at this link.
- If no, call the Hurm Law Firm for a free consultation at (216) 860-1922.
Report an Employer With Hurm Law Firm
If none of these descriptions quite capture your legal issue, call the Hurm Law Firm for a free consultation at (216) 860-1922.