Labor Market Information
Labor Market Information (LMI) is a key ingredient to understanding the workplace and the dynamics which influence your job search and career choices.
Labor Market Information can help you evaluate options and consider opportunities. That information, coupled with an awareness of your own interests, likes, and dislikes, will give you a sense of direction.
Allegations, suspicions and complaints involving possible fraud, program abuse, criminal misconduct and other illegal or improper activities must be submitted immediately to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity’s Office of the Inspector General. For Incident Report Procedures and Incident Report form visit DEO’s Office of the Inspector General.
Allegations judged to be of an emergency nature, and those receiving public exposure, should be reported immediately to the OIG by telephone at 850-245-7135. All telephone reports should be followed by prompt written or electronic notification to the OIG, using the Incident Report form of other suitable means. You may remain anonymous in the reporting.
It is illegal to punish whistle-blowers or retaliate against any employee who reports suspected cases of fraud or abuse. No action will be taken against any complainant for disclosing information concerning improper activities or for making a valid complaint to proper authorities.