Policies governing labor and employment differ based on the governing agency, which can create obstacles and constraints. Each of these approaches has its special way of coming up with a solution. For example, when hiring in construction, HRM needs to familiarize themselves with the working environment. This evaluation policy statement delivers fundamental principles that regulate the Department of Labor's (DOL) planning, conduct, and use of program evaluations. The policy depicts a commitment to conducting strict, relevant evaluations and using proof from evaluations to shape policy and practice. A learning organization with a culture of constant improvement requires many types of records. Although this policy centers on evaluation, the principles refer to the disclosure and application of other types of evidence. to uphold, not hinder, innovation, growth, and learning. The intention is to perfect the use of evidence and opportunities for further learning into all activities. Evaluation priorities should take into legislative account requirements and the concern and needs of leadership, specific agencies and programs.