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1. U.S. Department of Labor
 charged with issues relating to workplace safety and health, pensions and benefit plans, employment and other issues related to the American workplace.
2. Bureau of Labor Statistics
 principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the broad field of labor economics and statistics.
3. National Labor Relations Board
 independent Federal agency that investigates and remedies labor practices, and conducts secret-ballot elections to determine union representation.
4. New York State Department of Labor
 helps New York work by preparing individuals for the jobs of today and tomorrow.
5. National Labor Committee
 human rights advocacy group, dedicated to promoting and defending the rights of workers.
6. Georgia Department of Labor
 search for a new job. Get information on department services, work place safety, equal opportunity employment and more.
7. School of Industrial and Labor Relations