Welcome to the CNMI Department of Labor website


  • The CNMI’s current minimum wage of $5.55 an hour will increase by another 50 cents to $6.05 an hour on Sept. 30, 2014.
  • It's the Law: Effective January 31, 2014, all JVAs must be posted on the CNMI DOL Website at www.marianaslabor.net.

This site is provided as a public service to make the operations of the Department and contacts with the public more efficient and less costly. The Department welcomes suggestions for further development of the site and the coordination or improvement of the Department’s services. For information on Federal Minimum Wage Guidelines, please visit the US Department of Labor website.

Regional Job Corps Centers Brochures:

For More Information contact WIA Division at 664-1704/05/07/08.

CNMI College and Career Ready Definition:

A CNMI student is college and career ready when he/she has achieved proficiency in academic standards, acquired essential skills for lifelong learning, and has the ability to transition into higher education and/or the workforce through an on-going process of wayfinding for meaningful engagement.

Office of federal contract compliance program (OFCCP) training schedule

September 24, 2014:
the new vietnam era veteran's readjustment assistance act (vevraa) regulations
October 1, 2014:
the new section 503 of the rehabilitation act regulations
October 22, 2014:
directive 306 – complying with nondiscrimination provisions crimal record restrictions
November 5, 2014:
directive 307 – advancing equal pay enforcement

Time: 9:00 - 11:30am
Where: training room, federal courthouse, 501 w soledad, hagatna, guam

To make reservations, please email Mr. Phil marlowe at:

These sessions are recommended for federal contractors and subcontractors.

Each session is limited to 20 participants

Technical Assistance:

If you have problems or need technical assistance please contact technical support for immediate assistance.