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    The Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment

    Our Vision and Mission

    Vision Statement: To facilitate and promote peaceful, productive and harmonious industrial relations, safe and decent working environment and enhanced social security coverage for all Nigerians.
    Mission Statement: To create an enabling environment for growth and sustainable development through best practices in labour administration.

    Creating an enabling Environment for Growth and Sustainable Development

    The Ministry is structured into six Zonal labour offices, nine Departments consisting of six Professional and three Service Departments. It operates 36 State Labour Offices and the FCT, 23 District Labour Offices Labour Desk Office, Geneva, Switzerland. Recently nine (9) Labour Desk were approved for nne Ministries, Department and Agencies. In addition, it oversees Five (5) Parastatals and relates with several national and international Bodies and Organizations. Read More

    About FMLE

    The Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity recently renamed as  Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment is one of the oldest Ministries in Nigeria. It began as a Department of Labour in the then Colonial office in 1932 and developed into a full fledged Ministry in 1952. The Ministry is established under item 34, Second Schedule of the Exclusive List, 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as ammended.

    Get in Touch

    • Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, Federal Secretariat Complex Phase I, Annex III, Shehu Shagari Way Abuja FCT
    • info@labour.gov.ng