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This year’s National Apprenticeship Week, Nov. 14-20, was the biggest one yet. Secretary Walsh shares some highlights.
A comprehensive new report on workers’ compensation in the U.S. shows trends that are troubling for workers injured or sickened in the workplace.
MSHA is urging miners and mine operators to stay alert during winter months when cold temperatures mean increased safety hazards.
We're exploring the many ways unions advance the interest of all workers.
As the Wage and Hour Division observes National Home Care and Hospice Month and National Family Caregivers Month, we’re reaffirming our commitment to protecting healthcare workers’ rights year-round.
Worker.gov is a one-stop resource center to help workers understand their rights and access resources across the federal government
Researchers in our Office of Disability Employment Policy recently analyzed workforce data on American Indian or Alaska Native representation in various industries and occupations.
MSHA's new apprenticeship opportunity is a chance to gain on-the-job training along with competitive pay and benefits.
With the right resources and support, workers can raise their voices with confidence and trust we will have their backs when it comes to ensuring workplace safety and health.
From Nov. 14-20, we celebrate National Apprenticeship Week.