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Oct. 21 marks Latina Women’s Equal Pay Day, a symbolic representation of the number of additional days Latina women must work to earn what white, non-Hispanic men earned the year before.
Don’t let your child and family miss out on this historic support. Apply today!
Learn more about 5 labor leaders who have helped improve work in America.
During National Preparedness Month in September, we are getting the word out on how important it is for employers to plan ahead.
Every worker has the same right to a safe and healthful workplace under federal law, regardless of immigration status.
At the Department of Labor, we focus on protecting the health and safety of workers as we carefully reopen our economy. And we are also here to support you if you’re looking for your next job opportunity.
Join us Aug. 9-15 to share ideas on how to keep America’s workers safe.
The executive director of a community organization receiving Susan Harwood Training Grant program funds shares about her experience reaching nail salon workers with important safety and health information.
Workplace injuries and illnesses for teens have been on the rise since 2017. This summer, let’s all make sure they stay safe and healthy on the job.
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.