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Do you need workers’ compensation insurance for your business? Learn about your responsibilities as an employer.
Career Centers offer employment and training services for job seekers and employers.
Your career…the Commonwealth’s future!
If you’ve lost your job or have had your hours greatly reduced, you may qualify for unemployment benefits.
As an employer, you may be subject to unemployment insurance. Learn about your responsibilities.
Minimum wage hotline: (617) 626-6952
Secretary, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development
Connects businesses to many money-saving services offered by the state - all at no cost to businesses.
Welcome to the EOLWD Multilingual webpage.
WorkShare is a program that offers a smart alternative to layoffs. Employees work reduced hours while collecting unemployment benefits to supplement their lower wages.
The Department of Labor Standards (DLS) issues prevailing wage information for construction projects and other types of public work. These prevailing wage schedules contain hourly wage rates that workers must receive when working on a public project.
When your employer participates in WorkShare, it allows you to keep your job and continue to receive company benefits while working reduced hours.
If you are a private sector employer, union, or a person represented by a union, you might be eligible to file an unfair labor practice charge with us.
Programs and services offered to veterans by the Department of Career Services.
Information about registered apprenciteship programs in Massachusetts
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