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Looking for a Mission Driven Career? We’re Hiring!

[embedded content] Are you looking for a mission-driven career? We’re hiring! Join us for our virtual career fair onFriday, June 24, 2022, to learn more about positions at all levels open across the country. Staff will be on hand to talk about their agencies, current openings and how the department supports America’s workers, job seekers and retirees. You’ll have a

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The Connection Between Unions and Worker Safety

Every day, OSHA inspectors across the nation enforce the laws that protect America’s workers. However, they can’t be everywhere, and inevitably unscrupulous employers will cut corners, leading to preventable worker injuries and deaths. A disproportionate number of these injuries and deaths occur in the construction industry. Last month, we observed Workers Memorial Day, a day when we remember and honor

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Perspectives on Workplace Wellbeing

At the U.S. Department of Labor, we’re committed to helping America’s employees and employers work together to promote workplace well-being — especially considering the challenges of the past two years. Fostering supportive, mental-health-friendly workplaces is always a priority for us, but we’re paying special attention to these issues throughout May, which is Mental Health Awareness Month. For workers with mental

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[embedded content] Every year in America, 1 in 5 adults experiences some form of mental illness, 1 in 20 experiences a serious mental illness and 17 million experience a substance use disorder and mental illness. Despite the prevalence of mental health conditions, there’s still a stigma around discussing mental health and its treatment, especially at work – but there shouldn’t

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6 Reasons to Contact the Wage and Hour Division

En español [embedded content] For too many workers, payday comes with an unpleasant surprise. They’ve worked hard throughout the pay period and they’re looking forward to receiving their paycheck. They need it to support a family, to pay bills, or to enjoy a weekend trip with friends. But when the paycheck comes, it’s short. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage

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Working Moms Need Access to Leave and Job Flexibility

The pandemic has shone a spotlight on many aspects of work and family obligations in the U.S. and the myriad ways in which these competing sets of responsibilities sometimes pose untenable trade-offs for working parents. Nowhere is this more apparent than in access to leave and work flexibilities, especially for those with caregiving responsibilities. For many parents, balancing work and

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