Complaint Forms

Wage and Labor Law Complaint (Employer and Employee Forms)

The Division of Labor may assist employees performing work in Colorado with the recovery of earned compensation, labor, and youth law violations. If you wish to file a wage, labor, or youth law complaint with the Division, you must fully complete and submit to the Division a Request for Mediation form. The form includes instructions on the complaint process and the authority of the Division of Labor.

Request for Mediation: Wage and Labor Law Complaint Form (online submission)
Request for Mediation: Wage and Labor Law Complaint Form (printable)
 

Authorized Representative Form

Wage Claimants and Employers may designate representatives to assist in any aspect of the Division’s wage complaint process. The wage complaint process includes the investigation conducted by the Division’s Compliance Officer and the appeals process through the Division’s Hearing Officer. Representatives may be attorneys, non-attorneys, relatives, non-relatives,organizations.

Authorized Representative Form

Demand for Payment of Wages

If your employer owes you wages or compensation, you may also wish to complete and send to your previous employer an optional form entitled "Demand for Payment of Wages," which is provided as an administrative courtesy. Do not send the "Demand for Payment of Wages" form to the Division of Labor.

Demand for Payment of Wages

Bounced Checks

If your former or current employer's payments to you are with a dishonored check, you may wish to send the "Notice of Dishonored Instrument" form, which is provided as an administrative courtesy. Do not send the "Notice of Dishonored Instrument" to the Division of Labor.

Notice of Dishonored Instrument

Employer Response Form

If you are an employer and have received a Notice of Complaint from the Division of Labor for wages earned on or after January 1, 2015, the Employer Response Form must be completed and returned to the Division.

Employer Response Form 

Employment Eligibility Law Complaint

The Division of Labor will accept written complaints and investigate employers to assess their level of compliance with the Employment Verification Law and the Public Contracts for Services Law.  If you wish to make a complaint you must fully complete the form below and submit to the Division.

Workplace Conditions Law Complaint

The Division of Labor will accept written complaints and investigate employers to assess their level of compliance with the Employment Opportunity Act (Credit History Law), the Social Media and the Workplace Law, and the Keep Jobs in Colorado Act.  If you wish to make a complaint you must fully complete the form below and submit to the Division.


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