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CHRISTIANSTED — Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. announced today that the U.S. Department of Labor has awarded the Virgin Islands Department of Labor a $1.5 million National Dislocated Worker Grant to provide disaster-relief employment, along with employment training and service. The grant is funded under the federal CARES Act, which provided

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Labor Commissioner Gary Molloy said there is an updated policy “to safeguard employment security benefits and increase access to resources by waiving various work search requirements.” The President of the United States of America declared a National Emergency in response to the novel coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) on

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Department of Labor (VIDOL) continues to provide services while ensuring that all of our activities are adherent to public health guidelines. As the State of Emergency continues, VIDOL Commissioner, Gary Molloy announces the suspension of in-person services. Clients are urged to use alternative communication

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CHRISTIANSTED — The COVID-19 State of Emergency social distancing policy, recommended by the Office of the Governor, local and global health officials, has been implemented by the Department of Labor in order to limit the possible transmission of the Coronavirus. The VIDOL will be open to the public and there

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Despite it being over two years since hurricanes struck St. John,  Caneel Bay Resort remains out of action. As highlighted by the New York Times, this led to the loss of job for seven percent of the island’s employed, creating a huge hole in the economy and shining a light on

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CHRISTIANSTED — Commissioner designee Gary Molloy said Monday he is inviting Employers, Not-For-Profit Organizations and Training Service Providers to participate in this year’s Summer Youth Work Experience and Training Program Virgin Islands Department of Labor (VIDOL). VIDOL is seeking the following:· Employers and agencies who are interested in providing a

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Albert Bryan, Jr., as the commissioner of the Virgin Islands Department of Labor was sanctioned by its federal counterpart for failing to meet certain minimum agreed-to standards of performance, the Virgin Islands Free Press has learned. A series of letters obtained exclusively by the

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[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] CHRISTIANSTED — Attorney General Claude Walker says Allison DeGazon is indeed qualified to run for the Senate. Walker wrote to Elections Supervisor Caroline Fawkes after she asked the AG on August 16 to make a ruling on DeGazon’s residency. “Yes, … candidate DeGazon is a bona

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