The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division protects the workplace rights of essential workers who are keeping our country moving forward during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Workers in grocery stores, health care, delivery services, retail establishments, agriculture, and other essential industries have remained on the job despite many potential risks to their own health or that of their families. The Wage and Hour Division is committed to ensuring that these, and all workers, receive the workplace protections provided under the law.
Rapid changes in the workplace have surfaced many questions for workers, their advocates, and employers about wages, hours worked, and time off for workers or their family members dealing with serious illness. The Fair Labor Standards Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act provide protections for workers that may be more crucial now than ever before.
WHD is pleased to offer training on these critical workplace protections through our Essential Workers - Essential Protections Initiative. Please see below for current training opportunities. Check back often as new events are being scheduled.
Department of Labor Minimum Wage Executive Order Seminar
Please join DOL for a Minimum Wage Executive Order Compliance Seminar, where we will discuss compliance with Executive Order 14026, "Increasing the Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors" (EO 14026). Participants will have access to a pre-recorded training on EO 14026 compliance topics, followed by the opportunity to participate in one of two Q & A sessions with DOL staff from the Government Contracts Enforcement Division and the Division of Wage Determinations. Please select the ticket for the date of the session you wish to attend. Participants will be able to submit EO 14026 questions for their sessions in advance or during the live Q & A.
Date: 1/26/2022 and 1/27/2022
Time: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM ET
Type of Event: Online
Registration: Department of Labor Minimum Wage Executive Order Seminar