The California Labor & Workforce Development Agency welcomes your participation in helping us serve California’s businesses and workers. We want to make it easier for you to learn about what we do and whom we serve. Please join us at our public events and meetings.
To contact the California Labor & Workforce Development Agency communications office, please call (916) 653-9900.
|Agricultural Labor Relations Board||(916) 653-3741|
|California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board||(916) 263-6722|
|California Workforce Development Board||(916) 324-3425|
|Department of Industrial Relations||(510) 286-1161|
|Employment Development Department||(916) 654-9029|
|Employment Training Panel||(916) 327-5640|
|Public Employment Relations Board||(916) 322-8226|
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For your convenience, we are providing the most frequently requested facts and numbers. If you are in need of additional information, please go to media room – contact information for the phone number to the departments and boards communications office.
Our communications office welcomes your inquiries. If you have questions for the departments and boards, please inquire with their respective communications offices directly. Please provide your deadlines so they may respond as quickly as possible.
For interviews, contact the agency communications office at (916) 653-9900. Requests for interviews with the agency department/boards should be directed to their respective communications offices.
Media access to facilities:
Media representatives who want to photograph, videotape or film at the more than 550 offices, one-stop career centers and other facilities must receive prior approval from the office manager and the department’s communications office. If there are members of the public or civil service employees in camera range, the office manager must announce your intent prior to any photographing, videotaping or filming in the office location to protect the confidentiality of our customers and employees.
Your request for access may be directed to the local office manager and the respective departments/boards’ communications offices.