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Labor

How to Watch for Heat-Related Emergencies

Recognizing the warning signs helps to prevent heat stroke and other heat-related emergencies.

Texas Challenges New Overtime Rule

Facility Cleaning and Maintenance Makes List of Jobs Dangerous to Teens

American Workforce Evolves to Older, More Diverse

Resources to Ensure Fair Pay For Disaster Recovery Work

Recovery employers should be prepared to avoid wage violations before severe weather and disasters strike.

National Safety Month Heightens Awareness About Workplace Safety

Help reduce workplace casualties with 10 tips to prevent slip and fall accidents.

Is College Worth the Cost?

Management Happiness Matters

Hazard Communication Standard Update Improves Chemical Labelling

The DOL enhanced the quality of information on labels and safety data sheets for cleaning chemicals.

Labor Department Supports Youth Mental Health, Out-of-School Learning

The U.S. Department of Labor addresses mental health and expands local work-based learning for youth.

Hybrid Working is Now the Norm

DOL Takes Steps Toward New Heat Safety Rules

The U.S. Department of Labor has moved toward publishing a proposed rule to reduce the significant health risks of heat exposure.