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- The Department of Labor's Employment
and Training Administration (ETA) provides information for employers on
finding qualified employees, incentives for hiring certain employees, the labor
market, workforce development and more.
- The Department of Labor's Employee Benefits Security
Administration (EBSA) offers retirement solutions for small
- The Department of Labor's Working
Partners for an Alcohol- and Drug-Free Workplace contains information for
employers on why and how to establish workplace substance abuse prevention
programs including tailored, industry-specific materials designed explicitly
for small businesses and the Substance Abuse
Information Database (SAID) a fully searchable Web-based collection
of studies, educational materials, sample policies, state laws and
Business Administration (SBA) provides financial, technical, and management
assistance to help Americans start, run, and grow their own businesses.
- The Small Business Administration's
Business Center (WBC) Web site helps women start and expand their
- Information on Doing Business with the
Department of Labor.
of Commerce (DOC) promotes jobs creation, economic growth, sustainable
development, and improved living standards for all Americans.
- The Department of Commerce's
Business Development Agency (MBDA) is a federal agency specifically created
to encourage the creation, growth, and expansion of minority-owned businesses
in the United States.
Business Advisor (USBA) provides businesses with one-stop access to federal
government information, services, and transactions.