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Operating a going concern on a daily basis can be a challenge, regardless of your organization’s size. Your organization’s biggest asset is in human resources.There are numerous federal and local labor laws that you must comply with, which provide protection and assistance to our workforce. Employers must comply with minimum wage standards, unemployment and workers compensation insurance, fair employment, safe working environment, and equal opportunity employment practices. This page has been developed to provide you with the necessary information and guidance to ensure there is compliance with the laws.
In addition to the numerous rules and regulations, the VIDOL offers a host of services from consultation to training which can assist in developing your workforce.
Advertise your vacancies with our labor exchange VIeWS (Virgin Islands Electronic Workforce System).
Participate in OJT (On the job training) programs.
Get consultations or workshops on fair employment guidelines, adjudication process, and equal opportunity employment.
Filing and paying unemployment insurance taxes in the Virgin Islands.
Workers Opportunity Tax credits.
Get the latest Labor Market Information that details economic statistics on our workforce.
If you are interested in developing and training the Territory’s workforce you can become an eligible service provider.
Conduct workshops on Worker’s Compensation eligibility, compliance, and legal matters. Coming in the near future will be on line forms that can be filed electronically.
If you are an employer, keep this page, and bookmark it, so you can keep up to date on trends and information about our local labor market! It is a valuable resource.
NOTE: There are two ways to post your job openings through the V.I. Department of Labor:
- Post directly into VIEWS. You must be a registered employer to post jobs in our electronic workforce system. To register log on to VIEWS. If you need assistance posting a job, please send an e-mail and a business services representative will contact you.
- Complete a Job Order using the Job Order FaxForm. E-mail the form and a business services representative will contact you, or fax to the numbers on the form.