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For 20 years, our National Contact Center has been answering questions about unemployment, wages, workplace safety and health, pension and health benefits—and much more.
If you have long COVID-19, what’s important to know is that even if you don’t think of yourself as having a disability, you may meet the Americans with Disabilities Act definition.
OSHA published an emergency temporary standard to protect healthcare workers, who are most at-risk, as well as additional guidance to protect workers in other industries.
MSHA's Sam Pierce shares why he got the COVID vaccine and five facts that miners should know.
With widespread closures of schools and childcare centers, COVID-19 kicked away the scaffolding of care working families rely on to balance the demands of work and family. Mothers, in particular, have borne a heavy load.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration marks a half century of protecting workers.
The Essential Workers, Essential Protections initiative will ensure that workers know about the wage and hour laws that protect them – and how to contact us if they need help.
One hundred and ten years after the Triangle factory fire, we can see echoes of the tragedy in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, public demand for information about the Department of Labor’s critical services has skyrocketed. With modernized infrastructure already in place, our Office of the Chief Information Officer swiftly responded to meet the new technology challenges.
Our Office of Disability Employment Policy reaches across state lines to advance disability-inclusive workforce policies.