Labor Resources Guide

Guide for job-seekers and employers:

Worker.gov (https://www.worker.gov/) – provides information on common workplace concerns and federal labor laws. Worker rights covered include:

  • Wage Rights
  • Safety Rights
  • Equality Rights
  • Organizing Rights
  • Veteran and Service Member Rights
  • Retaliation Rights

Employer.gov (https://www.employer.gov/) – serves as a resource hub relating to the responsibilities of employers and various employment topics. Topics covered include:

  • Pay and Benefits
  • Workplace Safety and Health
  • Small Business
  • Required Postings
  • Federal Contractor Requirements
  • Veteran and Service Member Employment
  • Workplace Inclusion
  • Union and Protected Concerted Activities

Apprenticeship.gov (https://www.apprenticeship.gov/) – resource hub for career seekers, employers, and educators. Site promotes apprenticeship literacy and includes information on how to start an apprenticeship program, where to find existing programs, and provides answers to a wide variety of questions relating to apprenticeships.

Career Onestop (https://www.careeronestop.org/) – Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.

USA.gov (https://www.usa.gov/jobs-and-unemployment) – resource hub designed to help find out how and where to look for a new job or career, get help for those unemployed, retirement, small businesses, and labor laws/issues.

USAJobs.gov (https://www.usajobs.gov/) – resource that posts all federal job opportunities. USAJOBS connects job seekers with federal employment opportunities across the United States and around the world.