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If there's a state government shutdown due to lack of a 2017 – 2019 Washington budget, many services provided by the Department of Labor & Industries would not be available starting July 1. L&I has a full list of service interruptions should there be a full or partial shutdown.

Discrimination in the Workplace

Workers are entitled to protection from discrimination

L&I does NOT have jurisdiction over any of the following kinds of unfair or discriminatory treatment. If a worker feels they are being treated unfairly for any of those reasons, click on the link to find out who to call for help:

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What if I am an undocumented worker?

  • Expand/collapse If I am an undocumented worker, will L&I turn me in to the authorities?

    Labor & Industries is NOT associated with the Immigration and Naturalization Service. We will not report an undocumented worker to the federal government or to a local police authority - it is our intent to ensure employees are provided a safe workplace, appropriate wages, and medical coverage if injured.


Download and print this helpful fact sheet:

Acrobat PDF file Table of Leave Laws (131 KB PDF)

 

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