Find King County Washington departments of labor, DOL or DOLE offices. Departments labor provide information on employment offices, workforce departments, labor boards, work, jobs, hiring, workforce services and employers, employment offices, unemployment offices, claims, and benefits.
Seattle Washington Department of Labor 315 5th Avenue South Seattle WA 98104 206-515-2800
Yes. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is responsible for enforcing whistleblower statutes, which protects workers from retaliation for reporting injuries, safety concerns, or other protected activity.
Workforce Investment Boards are regional, non-profit organizations that coordinate workforce development programs funded by federal, state, and local agencies. They conduct research on regional workforces and economies, as well as administering One-Stop Career Centers that connect workers to training opportunities and jobs.
Anyone who is seeking work or employment may contact the Department of Labor regarding training opportunities. You are not required to be currently unemployed. The Department of Labor assists many people who are interested in changing jobs, finding part-time work, or looking for information on training in order to pursue a different occupation.