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Garment workers who make the looks you love are paid some of the lowest wages in the nation, sometimes as little as $1.58 per hour – and these workers produce clothing for many retailers you know.
Here are a few ways the U.S. Department of Labor is embracing equity at work.
Our nation’s family caregivers are vital for the health and well-being of our communities.
If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer and you have a passion for public service, consider a career with the Wage and Hour Division.
We're putting $3.6 million in back wages into workers' pockets.
Over the past 30 years, we’ve helped 13,000 workers who were denied FMLA leave by their employers, 18,000 workers who were unjustly terminated, and 1,000 workers whose health benefits were not maintained as required by the law.
Big sporting events create opportunities to take advantage of vulnerable workers, so we must stay vigilant to uphold their rights.
The updated DOL-Timesheet app is now available in English and Spanish.
Here are eight important actions the Wage and Hour Division is taking to combat human trafficking.
We have resources to make sure parents, employers and young workers are aware of the rules that apply to working youth.