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The Attorney General's Fair Labor Division ensures that workers are paid the wages they are owed and that businesses that play by the rules do not get undercut by competitors who save costs at the expense of their workers. We also ensure that employers follow prevailing wage and public construction bid laws, so that tax dollars are spent on responsible employers who provide good jobs in Massachusetts. We accomplish this work through robust enforcement, strong partnerships, and community education.
You can file a complaint with us online.
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If you work in Massachusetts, you have the right to fair wages, a safe workplace, workers’ compensation, and more.
If you’re unemployed in Massachusetts, you may be eligible for resources to help you get back on your feet. Employers can also find information about the contributions they must make by law for their employees.
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