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Representation matters, and the absence of it has disparate, and sometimes disastrous, consequences. Find out how medical and academic institutions are tackling the Black maternal health crisis in the U.S.
A White House task force is putting the federal government’s policy of encouraging worker organizing and collective bargaining into action.
We've been working with more than 20 Cabinet departments and White House agencies to find innovative ways to support worker organizing and collective bargaining.
If you are motivated by challenge and inspired to make a difference, consider a career as a Wage and Hour Investigator.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the American economy added 467,000 jobs in the month of January, and the unemployment rate was 4.0%.
New guidance will aid the claims process for federal workers with Havana Syndrome. Here’s what you should know.
Job Corps is dedicated to helping all of our students – including those new to the U.S. – build meaningful skills, land fulfilling jobs and develop lifelong relationships.
We’re highlighting Black workplace pioneers who blazed trails that created opportunities and improved the lives of generations of Americans.
New grants are available to help states collaborate with community and worker organizations to improve their unemployment insurance systems, ensuring all workers have access to these critical benefits.
See highlights of our work in 2021 – and what that work says about the state of the labor movement’s democratic and financial integrity.