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Georgia Addresses and Contacts: What you need to know

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Georgia Department of Labor
Workforce Information and Analysis Division
Courtland Building, Room 300
148 Andrew Young International Boulevard Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30303-1751
404-232-3875
Georgia Department of Labor
Child Labor Section
148 Andrew Young International Boulevard Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30303-1751
404–232-3260
Georgia Commission on Equal Opportunity
Equal Employment Division
7 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Southeast
Third Floor, Suite 351
Atlanta, GA 30334
404-656-1736 (Atlanta)
800-473-6736 (toll-free)
Georgia Department of Human Services
Division of Child Support Services
2 Peachtree Street
Atlanda, GA 30303
404-657–38623
800-227-7993
888-541-0469 (new hire reporting)
Department of Economic Development
Workforce Division
Rapid Response Team
75 Fifth Street Northwest, Suite 825
Atlanta, GA 30309
404-232-3505
Georgia Department of Labor
Division of Unemployment Insurance
148 Andrew Young International Boulevard Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30303-1751
404-232-3220
855-436-7365 (employer hotline)
Department of Labor
Employee Relations Division
148 Andrew Young International Boulevard Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30303-1751
855-436-7365 (employer hotline)
Department of Revenue
Taxpayer Services Division
Business Tax Unit
1800 Century Boulevard Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30345
877-423-6711 (toll-free)
State Board of Workers' Compensation
270 Peachtree Street Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30303-1299
404-656-3875

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