Oct 23 NDEAM 2020: Building a Future That Works
NDEAM 2020: Building a Future That Works This October is the 75th anniversary of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), which happens to fall in the same year as we’re celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabil...
Oct 23 Setting the Story Straight
Setting the Story Straight   This week the Assistant Secretary of Labor for the Office of Public Affairs Bob Bozzuto submitted a letter for the Department following an article about Secretary of Labor Scalia and the efforts of the Department that ...
Oct 19 5 Resources for Planning Your National Apprenticeship Week Event
5 Resources for Planning Your National Apprenticeship Week Event The sixth annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is Nov. 8-14. It’s a great time to learn more about the benefits of apprenticeship, or to get the word out about your program! Joi...
Oct 15 Staying Safe During Flu Season
Staying Safe During Flu Season One in 10 people in the United States will get the flu in a given season, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . And while viruses can live all year round, flu activity tends to ...
Oct 6 3 Resources for Balancing Work and Family
3 Resources for Balancing Work and Family During National Work and Family Month this October, we are highlighting Wage and Hour Division resources that can help you succeed at work while taking care of yourself and your family. Here are three ever...
Oct 5 Goods from Xinjiang: Tarnished by Forced Labor
Goods from Xinjiang: Tarnished by Forced Labor This week, the Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB) announced that it is adding five goods produced by forced labor by Muslim and other ethnic and religious minorities in China to the 2020 edi...
Oct 5 Improved Opioid Stats for Federal Workers
Improved Opioid Stats for Federal Workers The opioid epidemic continues to take a heavy toll on American families and communities, but we’ve seen some promising signs of improvement in recent years. In the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs ...
Oct 5 How to Save for Retirement at Every Stage of Your Career
How to Save for Retirement at Every Stage of Your Career We know that saving for retirement is always a challenge, but it is important to get started and make saving a habit for a secure retirement. October is National Retirement Security Month – ...
Oct 1 NDEAM 2020: Increasing Access and Opportunity
NDEAM 2020: Increasing Access and Opportunity October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), and this year’s observance is twice as significant. It marks both 75 years since NDEAM originated and brings to a close the Department...
Apr 29 Eight Ways to Protect Meat Processing Workers from COVID-19
Eight Ways to Protect Meat Processing Workers from COVID-19 Protecting the safety and health of essential workers who support America’s food security—including the meat, poultry, and pork processing industries—is a top priority for the Occupationa...
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