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A comprehensive new report on workers’ compensation in the U.S. shows trends that are troubling for workers injured or sickened in the workplace.
During Suicide Prevention Month, we’re getting the word out about the importance of supporting workers’ mental health.
Women and people of color are overrepresented in low-wage jobs that lack essential benefits. This is one of the biggest barriers to economic equity.
Our Office of Disability Employment Policy has been supporting workers with disabilities and employers for more than 20 years. Here’s what’s in store for the future.
Chief Economist Janelle Jones and Women's Bureau Director Wendy Chun-Hoon share what the October Jobs Report reveals about the state of America’s working women.
Women’s Bureau Deputy Director Analilia Mejia breaks down statistics on the state of Hispanic women in the U.S. workforce.
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.
The Women’s Bureau has been asking women about their experiences during the pandemic and what support they need going forward. Here are their stories.
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.