U.S. Department of Labor Blog
Eighty years ago, the Fair Labor Standards Act was signed into law – ensuring Americans receive the wages they have earned.
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Riggio Valve is a family-owned small business in Bayonne, New Jersey, that improved its safety and health program with support from OSHA’s On-Site Consultation Program.
Many Americans work in trenches installing and repairing utility lines to ensure our modern conveniences are always available. It is critical for these workers to know how to stay safe.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of International Labor Affairs is working across the Administration and with stakeholders to advance efforts to end child labor.
Ninety-eight years since our establishment, the Women’s Bureau remains committed to helping women thrive in the 21st century workforce.
Commonsense occupational licensing reforms will reduce barriers to job mobility and make it easier for military spouses to continue working.
Over one-third of construction fatalities occurred due to falls from elevation in 2016. Falls are preventable.
An apprenticeship changed Yana's life and led to a promising new career.
On Mother’s Day, we celebrate mothers across the United States who are shaping our current and future workforce. Here are some of the ways the administration is empowering families with the resources to succeed.
The unemployment rate dropped below 4 percent in April, for the first time since 2000. Here are five more things you should know from the April 2018 Employment Situation report.