Connecticut Department of Labor
This state government site has information about education and training, job searching, labor laws, employment benefits, and much more. Free employment services are offered at CTWorks 14 Career Centers in Connnecticut, including resume workshops, career counseling, and skills training.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
An independent federal government agency, the EEOC website has a wealth of information on laws, rules, guidelines about types of discrimination, fact sheets, publications and press releases, and more.
Federal Citizen Information Center
This government website includes links to government and private industry websites that offer job listings and job search information. Topics include: internships, resumes, finding a job, government jobs, training, self employment and workplace issues.
Internet Public Library Directory of Associations
The Internet Public Library has created a directory of the websites of prominent organizations and associations. Divided into subject categories and sub-categories, the site provides links to the association's own website.
U.S. Department of Labor: Office of Disability Employment Policy
The U.S. Department of Labor has created a site for both employers and employees, with sections on programs, fact sheets on job seeking, accomodations, recruitment and retention, workplace culture, a FAQ section, and much more.
Encyclopedia of Associations: National Organizations of the U.S. (2008). Gale / Cengage Learning.
Location: R 061 E, Reference collection
Provides a comprehensive listing of all U.S. member organizations (associations) that have a national scope, rather than international, local, or regional. Includes over 25,000 national, nonprofit associations in the United States. Entries include organization name, address, email and website, phone number, top official’s name and title, founding date, purpose of organization, national conferences, dues.