Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Domestic Workers' Bill of Rights Act. Provides for regulation of the relationship between employers and domestic workers. Imposes responsibilities upon employers and establishes requirements regarding pay, meal periods, sleeping periods, and other conditions of work. Provides for administration and enforcement by the Department of Labor. Creates the Domestic Workers' Fund, a special fund in the State treasury, for deposit of moneys recovered under the Act. Authorizes civil penalties and other relief. Makes changes in the State Finance Act, Illinois Human Rights Act, Minimum Wage Law, Wages of Women and Minors Act, and One Day Rest in Seven Act. Effective immediately.