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The Equal Pay Act was signed nearly 60 years ago. But today, on average, women still earn only 80-83% of what men earn.
Care is a universal need, not a luxury, and should be accessible and affordable – but too many families face barriers when they need it.
Keeping workers safe on trenching and excavation sites involves a few simple steps. Join us in getting the word out about trenching hazards and how to stay safe.
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Our Women’s Bureau was founded 101 years ago. As we look toward the next hundred years of service, Women’s Bureau Director Wendy Chun-Hoon discusses the agency’s unique opportunity to create new and better solutions for working women.
LGBTQ+ activists have a proud history of supporting the American labor rights movement.
Providing essential protections to essential workers is at the heart of our mission. Learn more about our renewed efforts to protect workers on the front lines.
Immigrant workers have long contributed a great deal to our communities and are a critical part of our economy. But far too often their work is undervalued and their rights ignored. As a nation built by immigrants, we have to do better.