Arizona Goverment Agencies

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For more information about filing a discrimination or harassment claim in Arizona, see our page on filing a discrimination complaint: Arizona

Discrimination/Harassment – State Agency

Office of the Attorney General, Civil Rights Division (CRD)

1275 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007-2926
Phone: (602) 542-5025
Fax: (602) 542-4085
400 West Congress
South Building, Suite 315
Tucson, AZ 85701-1367
Phone: (520) 628-6504
Fax: (520) 628-6530
1000 Ainsworth Dr. Suite A-210
Prescott, AZ 86305-1610
Phone: (928) 778-1265
Fax: (928) 778-1298

Web Address:

Agency Information/Mission: This office enforces the Arizona Civil Rights Act (A.R.S. Section 41-14 01 et seq.), by investigating complaints involving discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability and familial status in employment, housing, disabilities, public accommodations and voting.

Discrimination/Harassment – Local Offices of Federal Agency (EEOC)

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Phoenix District Office

3300 N. Central Avenue
Suite 690
Phoenix, AZ 85012-2504
Phone: 1-800-669-4000
TTY: 1-800-669-6820

For more information about this agency, see the EEOC section of our page on federal agencies

Safety & Health (workplace health & safety complaints and information)

Industrial Commission of Arizona

Phoenix Office
800 W Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
PO Box 19070
Phoenix AZ 85005-9070
Phone: (602) 542-5795
Toll Free: (855) 268-5251
Fax: (602) 542-1614

Tucson Office
2675 East Broadway
Tucson, AZ 85716
Phone: (520) 628-5478
Toll Free: (855) 268-5251
Fax: (520) 322-8008

Web Address:

Agency Description/Mission: Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH) operates under an approved plan with the U.S. Department of Labor to retain jurisdiction over occupational safety and health issues within Arizona, excluding mining operations, Indian Reservations and federal employees. This jurisdiction encompasses approximately 1.8 million employees and 104,000 public and private establishments.

Frequently Asked Questions About ADOSH
ICA Forms

Unemployment Insurance

Arizona Department of Economic Security
Employment Security Administration

Phoenix Office (for Maricopa County residents only)
P. O. Box 29225
Phoenix, AZ 85038-9225

Tucson Office (rest of state)
P. O. Box 28880
Tucson, AZ 85726-8880

Phone: (602) 364-2722 (Maricopa County only) / (520) 791-2722 (Pima County only)
Toll-Free (all other AZ residents & interstate claims): (877) 600-2722
TTY (toll-free): (877) 877-6226
Web Address:

Frequently Asked Questions About Arizona Unemployment
Unemployment Insurance Benefit Forms
How to Apply for Benefits
File Your Claim Online
A Guide to Arizona Unemployment Insurance Benefits

Wage and Hour/Labor Standards Violations

Wage and Hour/Labor Standards – State Agency

Industrial Commission of Arizona
Labor Department

800 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: (602) 542-4515
Fax: (602) 542-8097
Web Address:

Agency Information/ Mission: The Labor Department has three areas of jurisdiction: resolution of disputes involving wages; youth employment law enforcement; and the licensing of private employment agencies that charge fees to applicants.

Wage Claims
Frequently Asked Questions About Wage Claims
Frequently Asked Questions About Wage Payment Laws
Industrial Commission of Arizona Forms

Wage and Hour/Labor Standards – Local Offices of Federal Agency (DOL)

U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)
ESA Wage & Hour Division
Phoenix District Office

3221 N. 16th Street, #301
Phoenix, AZ 85016-7161
Phone: (602) 640-2990
Fax: (602) 640-2979

For more information about this agency, see the U.S. Department of Labor section of our page on federal agencies

Workers' Compensation (for job-related injuries or illness)

Industrial Commission of Arizona
Phoenix Office

800 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: (602) 542-4661
Fax: (602) 542-3373

Tucson Office
2675 E. Broadway
Tucson, AZ 85716
Phone: (520) 628-5181

Web Address:

Agency Description/Mission: Workers' compensation is a “no fault” system in which injured workers receive medical and compensation benefits no matter who causes the job-related accident. If an illness or injury is job-related, the injured worker (also known as a claimant or applicant) receives medical benefits and may receive temporary compensation, if eligibility requirements are met. In some cases, a claimant may also receive permanent compensation benefits and “job retraining.”

Claims Topics
Hearings Frequently Asked Questions
Preguntas Mas Frecuentes
Industrial Commission of Arizona Forms

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Topic of the Week

Sexual Harassment: Legal Standards

We hear a lot in the news about pervasive sexual harassment in the workplace and people are starting to call it out more and more in the media. But we don't hear much about what to do when you are being sexually harassed, or how the law protects you.


Blog of the Week

“Bezos, Our Backs Are Tired”: Amazon Workers Strike on Prime Day

On Monday afternoon, in the blistering heat of a 95-degree day, approximately 50 Amazon workers and community supporters rallied outside of a suburban Minnesota Amazon warehouse chanting, “We work, We sweat, Amazon workers need a rest!” That chant was followed by, “Hey Jeff Bezos! Our backs are tired and our funds are low!"

Thought for the Week

"For much of our nation's history, people of color — particularly women — have been marginalized and discriminated against simply because of their hair style or texture. By signing this bill into law, we are taking an important step toward correcting that history and ensuring people of color are protected from all forms of discrimination."

– Gov. Andrew Cuomo

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