News & Events: November 25, 2015 | Read Online


Helping all Americans #GetCovered

Access to health care is a key condition for participating fully in American life. Community organizations like the Latino Healthcare Forum in Austin, Texas, are working every day to help their neighbors and friends get the coverage they need.


#ShopSmall this Saturday


DOL Working For You

From tattoos to construction

Lloyd, a tattoo artist, needed a more stable job so he could support his family — but finding one was a lot harder than he expected. Now, with help from local training programs, he's embarking on a new career path in construction.

Read his story.


National News

$290K recovered for elder care workers

16 mines cited in 'impact inspections'

San Antonio workers exposed to asbestos

Wisconsin roofer faulted on safety

Contractor settles in hiring bias case

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DOL in Action

Worker voice at a Navy wharf

Job readiness skills for older women

Comments sought on safety guidelines

Listening to workers in Boston

Focus on wages in recycling industries

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Blog Highlights

Black(eye) Friday A voice at work Steps to Success

Black(eye) Friday

It's critical for employers to make sure crowded environments remain safe, so we can all enjoy the holidays.

A voice at work

In Wisconsin, Secretary Perez heard from low-wage workers who are part of a national conversation on higher wages.

Steps to success

A new tool can help small businesses increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities.


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