U.S. Department of Labor Blog
The Family and Medical Leave Act helps workers like Luc, a security guard in Boston, when they need time off to care for themselves or loved ones.
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A new report from the Small Business Administration highlights the impact of women-owned businesses on the U.S. economy.
A construction apprenticeship is paving the way to a fulfilling new career for Theus Dillon.
Through an apprenticeship with the U.S. Navy, this Philadelphia native has learned valuable professional skills.
After welcoming a baby girl, Montana native Ryan Burrows sought a better-paying vocation. An electronic technician degree set him and his family on a new path.
Through the on-site consultation program, OSHA collaborates with small and medium-sized employers to ensure safer, healthier workplace.
The Women's Bureau turned 97 this week! Today it remains the sole federal agency designed to advocate on behalf of working women.
From the Rockies to Churchill Downs, this young man’s career is on track for success.
Have you heard of Flossie Wong-Staal, Isabella Abbott and Chien-Shuing Wu? They've all made remarkable contributions to STEM fields.
One way we can say "thank you" during Military Appreciation Month is by ensuring a smooth transition to civilian jobs.