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Labor Law Compliance, Bureau of (Regional)

Organizational Information

Parent Organization

PA Department of Labor & Industry

Legal Structure

State Government

Funding Sources

State

Contact Information

Contact Number(s)

412.565.5300 - Phone

877.504.8354 - Tollfree

412.880.0379 - Fax

Web Addresses

www.dli.state.pa.us - Labor & Industry website

Primary Address

Bureau of Labor Law Compliance
300 Liberty Avenue, Room 1201
Pittsburgh, PA, 15222

Service Information

Service Area

SW Pennsylvania

Service Description

Responsible for the administration, education, and enforcement of labor laws including Prevailing Wage, Minimum Wage, Child Labor Law, Seasonal Farm labor, Equal pay and Wage Collection, Apprenticeship and Training, and the enforcement of the Underground Utility Act. , Act 72 Construction Workplace Misclassification Act and Act 102 Prohibition of Excessive Overtime in the Health Care Industry. The bureau provides employers and employees with educational outreach seminars, conducts investigations and resolves disputes when complaints are received, establishes and enforces prevailing wage rates and classifications for qualifying public construction projects, and provides for the registration of Standards of Apprenticeship and Training to safeguard the welfare of apprentices, while meeting the expanding needs of Pennsylvania's buisinesses.

Available Hours

8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. M - F

Eligibility Requirements

Responds to citizens complaints

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments

Call, write or walk-in

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