The cabinet of the executive branch of the government of the United States that regulates the interaction of employees and employers. The Department of Labor administers and enforces the FLSA
Administrative agency of the federal government charged with administering and enforcing employment laws.
The DOL is the federal government agency in charge of enforcing the Fair Labor Standards Act. If a person does not want to hire a private attorney to enforce their rights, the DOL may be able to assist the employee, though the DOL does not always bring suit on behalf of employees.
administrative government body with whom Applications for Alien Labor Certification (employment- based immigration) and Labor Condition Applications (H-1B petitions) are filed.
the non-tax (regulatory and administrative) provisions of ERISA are administered by the Department of Labor.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) deals with issues related to the American workforce – including topics concerning pension and benefit plans. Through its branch agency the Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration, the DOL is responsible for administering the provisions of Title I of ERISA, which regulates proper administration of plans.
The nontax (regulatory and administrative) provisions of ERISA are administered by the Department of Labor. The DoL issues opinion letters and other pronouncements, and requires certain information forms to be filed.
A cabinet level unit/ministry of United States Government that has responsibility for labor issues. It has responsibility for deciding whether certain foreign workers can work in the United States.
is the U.S. government agency involved with many types of employment-based green cards. The DOL receives applications for Labor Certifications and decides whether or not there is a shortage of American citizens available to fill a particular position in a U.S. company.
Under Title 111 of ERISA, the Department of Labor has primary jurisdiction over reporting, disclosure and fiduciary matters and can, in certain circumstances, enforce employee benefit rights and reporting and disclosure through civil or criminal actions.
The Department of Labor (DOL) is a U.S. Government agency involved with many types of visas that are job-related. It is the DOL that receives applications for labor certifications and decides whether or not there is a shortage of American citizens available to fill a particular position in a U.S. company.
Through its oversight of Labor certification process, it is responsible for providing determinations as to the availability of qualified American workers for positions offered in many of the employment-based categories.
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Cabinet-level agency which enforces laws protecting workers, promotes labor-management cooperation, sponsors employment training and placement services, oversees the unemployment insurance system, and produces statistics on the labor force and living conditions.