Bookmark This: Seven Resources to Answer Some of Your Employment Questions

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As I was getting caught up on last week’s email, I came across a News Release from the U.S. Department of Labor. In this Release, the DOL touted “cross-agency effort complements the Department’s enforcement activities by strengthening and innovating compliance assistance outreach.”

In plain English, there’s a new website called Employer.gov. The DOL says that, on Employer.gov, you’ll find “easy-to-understand information about their responsibilities under federal laws and regulations.”

I checked it out for myself. And while I’m not worried about my day job anytime soon, there are some basic resources here that could save you a call to an attorney — and possibly result in fewer hits on my blog.

You’ll find DOL information to help you begin to answer the following questions:

Ok, so there are four decent resources and three more to come. In the meantime, you can check out the DOL’s other new resource, Worker.gov. Worker.gov includes information on employment discrimination, safe workplaces, veterans rights, organized labor, and wage and hour.

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