ODHR - Mayor's Anti-Discrimination Campaign
"The wish to govern one's own life is, of course, one of the most fundamental feelings in every human being." - Mary Parker Follet
The goal of the Mayor's Office of Diversity and Human Rights is to protect the basic human rights of all Salt Lake City residents by working towards freedom, justice, and peace for every individual in our community.
This campaign aims to further that goal by securing the employment rights of every resident of the city. It seeks to do so by focusing on laws at the city, state and federal levels relating to compensation, workplace safety, employment discrimination, and your right to work.
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If you believe you are a victim, witness, or any other concerned party to an instance of discrimination, call our anonymous hotline: 801-521-EQUL (3785).
On this website, you can find information on:
Utah wage laws and how to make wage claims
The different types of government-issued identification and which ones you might be asked to provide
Salt Lake City's newly passed sexual orientation discrimination law
What you need to know about workplace safety and workers' compensation
All about unemployment claims and how to file them
Want to know more about the campaign?
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Not sure where to start? See the frequently asked questions.
Learn more about Utah and national labor trends and laws on our Facts and Statistics page.
Do you know about government-issued identification?
How to Contact Us
For concerns or questions, contact Yolanda Francisco-Nez, the Mayor's Coordinator for the Office of Diversity and Human Rights.
Phone: (801) 535-7734
Submit a Complaint
To submit a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice, click here.