Welcome to the CNMI Department of Labor website


USCIS has reached the CW cap for FY 17


The Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007 (Public Law 110-28) CNMI application timetable:

The next increase unless there is a delay will be on September 30, 2017 and every year thereafter at $.50 increase which will bring the CNMI federal minimum wage to $7.05 per hour until it reaches the applicable US federal minimum wage.


EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 29, 2016
THE CNMI DEPARTMENT OF LABOR OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY ISSUES THE FOLLOWING
MORATORIUM NOTICE
on
N.M.I. ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CHAPTER 80 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, SUB-CHAPTER 80-20.1 EMPLOYMENT RULES AND REGULATIONS § 80-20.1-210(C)(3) Exemptions from Workforce Participation §80-20.1-215(b) Particular Construction Project. Exemptions issued prior to this notice remains in effect until their expiration date.  

This moratorium notice shall be in effect until such time that the CNMI Secretary of Labor publishes a new notice on this matter.

Employee Rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act

Now Hiring section: highlighting employer's hiring programs

MSHA’s Educational Field and Small Mine Services Group (EFSMS) to conduct training sessions

Actions to Improve Chemical Facility Safety and Security.

Your rights as a whistle blower


NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS TO COMPLY

Effective January 1, 2015, all employers under the jurisdiction of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration will be required to report all work-related fatalities within eight hours and all in-patient hospitalizations, amputations and losses of an eye within 24 hours of finding out about the incident.

Click here to open the Notice to Employers to Comply Document dated April, 2015

The CNMI’s current minimum wage of $6.05 an hour will increase by another 50 cents to $6.55 an hour on Sept. 30, 2016.

It's the Law: Effective January 31, 2014, all JVAs must be posted on the CNMI DOL Website at www.marianaslabor.net.


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.


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.

Technical Assistance:

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Last Updated 12/1/2016