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Recently our agency was made aware that one or more of our licensees have received an email from a scammer that makes the request appear as if it is coming from DLI. The phishing email message may request a payment through a third-party system such as Zelle or ask you to click a malicious link to view a document. This message is not from DLI. 

If you receive this email, do not reply to the message or click on the link provided. Report the email to the Federal Trade Commission at  

If you are concerned about a potentially fraudulent contact by an individual or an organization representing themselves as being from the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry, call the numbers listed on our contact page. A DLI staff member will be able to confirm if the message you received is legitimate.

May 21, 2024 – Alert:  QRC phishing email message

The Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) has been informed of a phishing email message that has been sent to qualified rehabilitation consultants (QRCs) that includes information that was taken from a spreadsheet located on the DLI website.

Do not click on the link "2024 Department Of Labor And Industry Information Verification." It was not sent by DLI. This link takes you to a form to complete and asks you to provide username and password information.

DLI will never ask you for your personal login information. If you received this email message, report it to your IT department (if you have that option) to block this account from sending you additional messages.

If you have already clicked the link and provided your information, immediately log into Work Comp Campus and update your password to secure your Campus account.

Questions can be directed to the Workers' Compensation Division Help Desk at, 651-284-5005 (press 3) or 800-342-5354 (press 3).