​​​The Interstate Labor Standards Association (ILSA) is an organization of state labor department officials.

Members of our organization are responsible for administering and enforcing state labor laws such as:

  • Child Labor

  • Minimum Wage and Overtime

  • Workplace Labor Rights

  • Meal Periods, Rest Periods, Reporting Time Pay, Hours Worked, Late Payment of wages

  • Prevailing Wage

  • Workplace Retaliation

  • Other Labor Statutes

  • Civil

  • Criminal

​ILSA is composed of labor standards agency representatives from each state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands and representatives of the U.S. Department of Labor. Representatives from countries around the world, such as Canada, Taiwan and Russia attend and participate in our conferences and information exchanges. For a complete listing of ILSA members, or for the specific contact for your state, please click on "ILSA Contacts."