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Under the updated U.S. National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking, the U.S. Department of Labor is recommitting its resources and energy to combat labor trafficking at home and abroad.
As 2021 draws to a close, check out some of our most popular blog posts.
Highlights from workers Secretary Walsh met during his travels across the nation in 2021.
Learn about our efforts to make our federal government more reflective of American society, now and in the future.
See highlights from the seventh annual National Apprenticeship Week.
Working during the holidays? Know your rights under federal wage and hour laws.
Apprenticeship programs developed through cooperative labor management relationships are the keys to an equitable path to the middle class.
The misclassification of construction employees as independent contractors is a major issue in Louisiana. Here's what we're doing about it.
A look at how apprenticeship grants are helping to expand career pathways for women.
I had the honor of joining President Joe Biden at the grand opening of General Motors’ Factory ZERO – the company’s first all-electric vehicle assembly plant.