Secretary of Labor

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Secretary of Labor

The head of the U.S. federal government department charged with enforcement of laws regulating workplace conditions, minimum wages, and other federal labor laws. The secretary is also responsible for the administration of unemployment insurance and collection of some economic statistics, particularly regarding unemployment. He or she is appointed by the president of the United States and confirmed by the Senate.
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Caption: Congresswoman Susan Davis (center) with QUALCOMM Chairman & CEO Irwin Jacobs (right) and Victoria Lipnic (left), Assistant Secretary for Employment Standards after receiving Secretary of Labor Opportunity Award from the United States Secretary of Labor in Washington, D.
QUALCOMM RECEIVES DISTINGUISHED SECRETARY'S OPPORTUNITY AWARD - QUALCOMM Chairman & CEO Irwin Jacobs (center right), Congresswoman Susan Davis (center left), Victoria Lipnic (second from left), along with other San Diego award winners, after receiving Secretary of Labor Opportunity Award from the United States Secretary of Labor in Washington, D.
Irwin Jacobs, QUALCOMM Chairman & CEO, offering thank you remarks after receiving Secretary of Labor Opportunity Award from the United States Secretary of Labor in Washington, D.
Herman served as the 23rd United States Secretary of Labor in the Clinton Administration beginning in 1997.
Buelter continued, "Just after the close of the first quarter, we were pleased to announce that Senator William Brock, who also served as United States Secretary of Labor from 1985 to 1987, had been appointed to On Assignment's Board of Directors.
Marshall left Texas to become United States secretary of labor in the Carter Administration.
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