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As it heats up this summer, OSHA has resources to help keep workers safe. Here are six things to know about heat illness and prevention:
During the global COVID-19 pandemic, many children face greater risk of labor exploitation. Thankfully, organizations and individuals around the world are helping.
Women’s Bureau Director Laurie Todd-Smith on why the bureau’s work is just as important today as it was 100 years ago.
To celebrate 100 years of working for working women, the Women’s Bureau has created an interactive visualization highlighting women’s participation in the workforce and top occupations since 1920.
Interested in becoming a Standards Recognition Entity for Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs? Learn who is eligible and what steps to take.
Our newly revised Employer Guide to Hiring Veterans can help job creators design veteran-friendly workplaces and hire our nation’s heroes.
Employers: Learn about new requirements for providing paid leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and find compliance assistance resources.
Through the Job Corps Scholars program, eligible youth (age 16-24) can enroll in a career technical training program to learn in-demand job skills at accredited public colleges.
A look at how states are using occupational licensing reform to increase the number of available healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Answers to four frequently asked questions about unemployment insurance benefits under the CARES Act.