Promote employment opportunities, outreach, and recruitment.
Department of Labor
Establish and continue to maintain relationships with various AAPI worker advocacy groups and business associations throughout the country.
Respond to individuals requiring translation services for assistance with retirement and health benefit questions or complaints.
Evaluate sub-agencies and geographic areas served to identify communities that require direct access to agency resources.
Continue to organize regional and local AAPI health/safety conferences and workshops in high-AAPI worker population regions.
Update new web pages on nail and hair salon hazards.
OSHA to continue to include nail, beauty salon health & safety work for Susan Harwood follow-on and/or targeted topic grants.
Determine if AAPI populations are clustered in certain industries that are likely to have Federal contracts and develop an outreach and education plan to engage those workers.
Develop partnerships with AAPI serving entities to increase AAPI access to DOL grants and programs.
Ensure that language resources are appropriately distributed based on demonstrated language needs in an area/district/region.
Ensure that translated materials are offered through the agency's publication catalogue, website and through worker rights organizations.
Develop recruitment partnerships with AANAPISI-designated colleges and universities.
Develop a publication providing an overview of the laws administered by EBSA (including the Affordable Care Act) and the agency's services. Translate this publication into at least three AAPI languages.
Conduct outreach to AAPI community to increase awareness of Women's Bureau programs.