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Department of Labor
Labor Market Information Division
649 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36131
Department of Labor
Child Labor Enforcement Division
649 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36131
Department of Labor
New-Hire Unit
649 Monroe Street, Room 3205
Montgomery, AL 36131-0378
Department of Economic and Community Affairs
Workforce Development Division
State Dislocated Worker Unit and Rapid Response Team
P.O. Box 5690
Montgomery, AL 36103-5690
Department of Labor
Department of Industrial Relations
Unemployment Compensation Division
649 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36131
334-353-8478 (call center)
Department of Labor
649 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36131
Department of Revenue
Individual and Corporate Tax Division
50 North Ripley Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
334-242-1170 (info line)
Department of Industrial Relations
Workers' Compensation Division
649 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36131
800-528-5166 (employer assistance)
Last reviewed June 2015.

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