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Reflections on the Two-Year Anniversary of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement

En español July 1 marks the two-year anniversary of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which has the strongest and most far-reaching labor provisions of any trade agreement. Strong labor protections in trade agreements ensure that trade partners respect labor rights and do not shortchange their workforce to gain an unfair competitive advantage over U.S. workers. In Mexico, workers recently elected a new

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DOL-Timesheet App: Now Available on Android!

The Wage and Hour Division of the US Department of Labor (WHD) is committed to providing resources to empower workers and tools that help employers comply with wage and hour requirements. Today, we are announcing the free WHD DOL-Timesheet App, long available for iPhone users, is now available on Android devices. Thanks to collaboration between the Department of Labor’s Wage

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Transitioning from Apprenticeships to High-Demand Civilian Careers: Anthony and Yasmin’s Story Continued

The last time we spoke with Anthony and Yasmin, they were eagerly anticipating Anthony’sseparation from service and working to complete their pre-apprenticeship programs—a step toward their long-term employment goals. Now, they’re in Florida and working on their IBMZ Registered Apprenticeship Programs with Black Knight, Inc., a software, data and analytics company. After completing her pre-apprenticeship, Yasmin accepted an offer from Black

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For women, access to family-friendly work policies varied dramatically before COVID

COVID-19 upended traditional work protocols in terms of when and where women worked. The dramatic adjustment to remote work since 2020 has highlighted that it’s possible to offer greater flexibility in work arrangements, that such job qualities can help people manage personal and work responsibilities, and that access to such policies varies widely. Even before the pandemic, there were ‘haves’

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Employment Trends of Asians and Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Commissioner’s Corner Blog on May 25,2022 May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, so let’s take a closer look at national employment statistics for Asians and for Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders. We’ll focus on how labor market conditions for these groups continue to recover

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Collaboration, Coordination and Hard Work: An Update on the Next Phase of our Good Jobs Initiative

Yesterday, along with the Families and Workers Fund, the U.S. Department of Labor convened leaders from federal, state and local government, labor unions and private sector organizations for our Good Jobs Summit. This all-day event focused on how the federal government is empowering working people through policies that create and support good-quality jobs.  This group—and the more than 3,850 attendees

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50 Years of Title IX

As a college athlete playing soccer, I learned some important lessons from working towards a common goal with my teammates and navigating our wins and losses together. We were afforded those meaningful experiences on the field because of the impact of Title IX, which dramatically increased participation in – and available funding for – women’s athletics in publicly funded schools.

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A Regulatory Agenda that Empowers Workers Morning, Noon and Night

Twice a year, every federal agency, including the Department of Labor, releases a list of the regulations they have under development, aka a regulatory agenda. On one level, it’s a snapshot of our current progress on the regulations that we’re working on, and a roadmap for the year ahead. But beneath the surface of every regulation is a story about

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