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Marty Walsh reflects on his time as secretary of labor and the impact the Labor Department has on working people across America and the world.
New policy updates will help streamline workers' comp claims processing for federal firefighters with certain occupational diseases.
Because mandatory arbitration is on the rise, there are more workplaces where the Labor Department provides the only viable avenue for meaningful legal recourse when workers' rights are violated.
Through a new pilot program, the Department of Labor and government of Mexico will collaborate to help return back wages owed to migrant workers who were employed in the U.S.
Black lung disease and other lung conditions are increasing among younger coal miners. Learn how we're supporting them and their families.
Once facing unemployment and housing instability, today veteran Wil Lowe is thriving and is an advocate for the Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program.
Last week, we launched the Youth Employment Works strategy to set a clear vision for young people in the workforce system and its public and private sector partners.
For Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics on working women in the labor force from the past, present and future.
We recently caught up with Tia Vonil, an electrician with IBEW Local 48, to share more about her experience in the trades.
OFCCP is committed to advancing pay equity through multiple critical efforts.
Here are five fast facts about the gender wage gap.