U.S. Department of Labor
The Secretary of Labor Wants to Cut Funding for an Agency That Combats Human Trafficking
Acosta, who is currently under scrutiny for his 2008 plea deal for Jeffrey Epstein, has proposed an 80 percent cut to the Bureau of International Labor Affairs' budget.
The Department of Labor Is Making It Harder for Trafficking Victims to Get Protection
Advocates fear that a new policy on visa certifications will further discourage survivors from reporting crimes.
Why Teaching Girls to Code Is Not the (Only) Answer
We must do more to fill the gender gap in tech leadership and venture capital.
4 Ways You Can Seek Back Pay for an Unpaid Internship
Think you’re entitled to be paid for your unpaid internship? Here are resources you should know about.
How the Labor Dept. Let Companies Off the Hook for Unpaid Internships
Four years after warning for-profit companies about unpaid internships, the agency has investigated relatively few employers for wage violations.