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During Suicide Prevention Month this September – and all year round – we’re getting the word out on workplace mental health resources that could save a life.
BLS projects there will be nearly 36 million Hispanic workers in the labor force by 2030, up from 10.7 million in 1990. During Hispanic Heritage Month, learn more about their vital contributions to our economy.
A look at how we’re using cutting-edge technologies to better serve the public.
Highlights from a conversation between ODEP Deputy Assistant Secretary Jennifer Sheehy and Kathy Martinez, who served as ODEP’s assistant secretary from 2009 to 2015.
For 20 years, our National Contact Center has been answering questions about unemployment, wages, workplace safety and health, pension and health benefits—and much more.
If your community has been affected by a severe storm, flood or other disaster, the U.S. Department of Labor has resources that can help.
OSHA's Rich Mendelson reflects on his experience leading the Manhattan Area Office on 9/11 and lessons learned.
Your health insurance plan may cover the mental health or substance abuse services or treatment you need, thanks to the federal law on mental health parity.
Fact: Men working in construction have one of the highest suicide rates. During Suicide Prevention Month, OSHA is raising awareness about the importance of mental health safety in the workplace.
With an average growth of 750,000 jobs in the last three months and the lowest unemployment rate since the pandemic began, the Biden Administration is continuing to get Americans back to work.