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On the 26th anniversary of the El Monte sweatshop raid, Deputy Secretary Julie Su reflects on her role - and the work that remains.
Office of Labor-Management Standards Director Jeffrey Freund shares his vision for advancing the integrity and mission of the labor movement.
On World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, and every day, we continue the fight for a world free of labor exploitation.
All workers have the right to raise concerns if they believe their rights are being violated in the workplace. Learn how the Labor Department defends the right of workers to speak up.
How much do you know about the Labor Department's history?
Becoming a veteran-ready employer provides a tremendous return on investment. See why hiring veterans is good for business and how to get started.
The Women’s Bureau has been asking women about their experiences during the pandemic and what support they need going forward. Here are their stories.
The executive director of a community organization receiving Susan Harwood Training Grant program funds shares about her experience reaching nail salon workers with important safety and health information.
A new toolkit explores common concerns and provides resources for people with disabilities as they seek to obtain or maintain employment and financial stability.