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Last Updated On: 05/20/2015
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Labor and Industry, Department of

Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization

Our mission is to improve the quality of life and economic security for Pennsylvania workers and businesses, encourage labor-management cooperation, and prepare the Commonwealth's workforce for the jobs of the future.

Legal Structure

State Government

Funding Sources

State and federal governments.

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

Kathy Manderino -  Secretary of Labor

Contact Number(s)

717.787.5279 - General Information

717.787.6374 - Personnel

717.787.7530 - Press Office

Web Addresses

Primary Address

Labor and Industry Building
Room 1700
651 Boas Street
Harrisburg, PA, 17121

Service Information

Service Area


Service Description

Funds and administers various employment-related agencies. Publishes and distributes informational literature. Produces public service announcements for radio and television.

Main departments include: Unemployment Compensation, Disability Services, Labor Law Compliance, Labor Market Information, State Workers' Insurance Fund and Workers' Compensation.

Available Hours

8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M -F

Eligibility Requirements

None for information. Various subagencies have eligibility requirements based on residency, disability, age, or income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments

Call, write, visit one of its local offices.

Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available


Volunteer Use


Volunteer Need


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