The Division of Employment and Training is to provide services enabling employers and job seekers to make informed employment and training choices leading to employment.
Visit the Delaware JobLink — a valuable resource for both job seekers and employers. Those on the job hunt can register for employment services, evaluate their skills, find out about training programs, build a resume, submit resumes to employers, and sort through a database of jobs all without entering a Department of Labor office. Employers seeking workers can register for the department’s hiring services, submit job orders, and search a database of qualified applicants.
The Division of Unemployment Insurance serves workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own by providing temporary income maintenance during their period of unemployment and making referrals to re-employment services.
The Division also serves employers by ensuring that only those unemployed individuals meeting all eligibility criteria receive UI benefits, thereby protecting future increases in employer tax rates and the solvency of Delaware’s UI Trust Fund.
The Division of Industrial Affairs has five offices
The Office of Anti-Discrimination investigates, mediates, and conciliates employment discrimination complaints in partnership with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The Office of Labor Law Enforcement administers and enforces labor standards and civil rights laws.
The Office of Occupational Safety & Health Statistics collects data on work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities in order to promote injury prevention in the workplace.
The Office of Safety And Health Consultation Service provides free comprehensive on-site consultations for small high-risk businesses to identify potential hazards, improve safety management systems, and assist in voluntary compliance with federal OSHA regulations.
The Office of Workers’ Compensation administers and enforces state laws, rules and regulations regarding industrial accidents and illnesses.
Vocational Rehabilitation Services provides opportunities and resources to eligible individuals with disabilities, leading to success in employment and independent living.
The Office of Administration provides support to the divisions of the department through human resource management, budget preparation and administration, lease negotiations, contract management, management information systems, facilities management, and office services including purchasing, graphics and printing, fleet management, warehouse and mail services.
OOLMI is the key source for information about labor market conditions throughout the First State. The office produces reports on the industrial and occupational structure of the labor market including supply-demand analysis and employment projections.
Related Topics: Department of Labor, Divisions, Employment & Training, Industrial Affairs, Labor Market Information, Unemployment Insurance, Vocational Rehabilitation