About the Labor Commissioner's Office
The Office of the Labor Commissioner is a division of the Nevada Department of Business and Industry, with two locations to serve the Nevada's workers and businesses throughout the state.
Nevada's workers are critical to the economy and quality of life in our State, and the Labor Commissioner strives to ensure that all workers are treated fairly under the law.
The Office of the Labor Commissioner is
comprised of four sections:
- Wage and Hour
- The Employment of Minors
- Public Works and Prevailing Wage
- Private Employment Agency Licensing
The Labor Commissioner investigates complaints of non-payment of wages, State minimum wage, overtime, and prevailing wage disputes. The office also monitors youth employment standards, including work hours and safe, non-hazardous working conditions.
The Office of the Labor Commissioner is staffed by Labor Commissioner Brett Harris, Deputy Labor Commissioner Malia Tatom, State Apprenticeship Director Toni Giddens, Chief Assistant Eileen Woltz, ten Investigators, and an Administrative Staff of eight.
Both offices have the ability to serve Spanish speaking Claimants and Employers.
Need to file a wage claim or complaint?
Employment Agencies Forms
In accordance with NRS Chapter 611, the Office of the Labor Commissioner is tasked with the responsibility of licensing Private Employment Agencies. Listed below are the forms used for the application and bond process.
Public Records Request Form
All Public Records Requests should be made in writing on the
Public Records Request Form below. Once the Public Records Request Form has
been received by the Office of the Labor Commissioner, the contact listed on
the form will receive acknowledgment of receipt within five (5) business days.
The Office of the Labor Commissioner will review and evaluate the request and
will complete the request based on the size and scope of work required and will
inform the Requestor.