The Department of Labor has published it's FY22 EEO/AA Report and FY23 Action plan More Info
The Office of Labor Law Enforcement serves to ensure fair and equitable treatment in the workplace by enforcing or administering 21 state and federal labor laws, including wage payment, minimum wage, child labor, prevailing wages for state-funded construction projects, and discrimination laws.
The Office of Workers’ Compensation administers and enforces state laws, rules and regulations regarding industrial accidents and illnesses.
The consultation service provides free, comprehensive on-site consultations for small businesses to identify potential hazards, improve safety management systems and assist in voluntary compliance with federal OSHA regulations. All consultation services are voluntary and confidential.
The statistics section collects data on work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities, and the characteristics of the workers involved in these accidents.
The Office of Discrimination investigates, mediates, and conciliates employment discrimination complaints in partnership with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.