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Riquita Quaterman helps make sure that Americans receive their hard-earned retirement and health benefits.
Now is the time to make the repairs, before the next storm, and build a UI system that will serve the American people in the next crisis.
A comprehensive new report on workers’ compensation in the U.S. shows trends that are troubling for workers injured or sickened in the workplace.
Every Oct. 30, we remember the sacrifices made by nuclear weapons workers and their family members in the interest of our national defense.
With the permanent extension of the coal excise tax, President Biden has made a significant investment in the security of the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund for years to come.
At the U.S. Department of Labor, we’re supporting mental health and substance use disorder recovery in a variety of ways.
New guidance will aid the claims process for federal workers with Havana Syndrome. Here’s what you should know.
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.
Whether you’re seeking care for a sprained ankle or for opioid use, your benefits are protected by the law.
Our Employee Benefits Security Administration is ramping up efforts to ensure everyone gets the mental health and substance use disorder care they are entitled to under the law.