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We have resources to help employers create workplaces that prioritize mental health.
Some of the policies put in place to respond to the public health emergency will conclude and it is important to know that some of these changes can impact your health coverage. We are here to help answer questions.
The White House Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment has released an update the status of the 70+ action items from the task force's first report and other actions to support workers and their organizing rights.
Marty Walsh reflects on his time as secretary of labor and the impact the Labor Department has on working people across America and the world.
Worker.gov is a one-stop resource center to help workers understand their rights and access resources across the federal government
From Nov. 14-20, we celebrate National Apprenticeship Week.
Historic investments are helping spur manufacturing growth, which now provides 137,000 more jobs than it did before the pandemic.
NDEAM celebrates the essential role individuals with disabilities play in the workplace.
Late last year, a devastating EF4 tornado swept across western Kentucky, destroying everything in its 128-mile path.
As we recognize Labor Day in 2022, Secretary Walsh highlights a few of the many ways the U.S. Department of Labor and the Biden-Harris administration are empowering workers.