Secretary of Labor


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Synonyms for Secretary of Labor

the person who holds the secretaryship of the Department of Labor

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the position of the head of the Department of Labor

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"I think he'll be a tremendous secretary of Labor," Trump said.
When Harry Truman became president, he accepted her resignation as secretary of labor but then appointed her to the Civil Service Commission where she served for several years.
For her part, Secretary of Labor and Employment in Republic of Philippines praised the distinctive and pioneering role of Kingdom of Bahrain in providing required protection and care for the Filipino labour through the developed legislation, the active monitoring means, and the encouraging social climate that is based on respecting all various communities in Bahrain.
Recommendation: To further strengthen Labor's IT planning and oversight process and financial management, the Secretary of Labor should direct the Chief Information Officer to ensure that program agencies implement Labor's guidance to develop comprehensive performance measures for their respective systems in order to provide reasonable assurance that new systems will provide expected functionality and benefits.
A copy of all complaints filed in civil actions brought by a participant, beneficiary or a fiduciary regarding alleged violations of ERISA must be served upon the Secretary of Labor.
ACCSH is an advisory committee appointed by the Secretary of Labor to assist OSHA in construction safety and health matters.
took office as the assistant secretary of labor for occupational safety and health, heading the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
of South Carolina last month as Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health.
The period from about 1942 (when Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins abolished homework using enforcement authority granted in the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938) to the late 1970s was one of relative decency for North American garment workers.
Or did the editorial writer just assume that FDR's Secretary of Labor must have been a man way back then?
New additions include Postmaster General (1410300897), Secretary Of The Treasury (1567112838), FBI Director (1410300900), National Security Adviser (156711962X), Secretary Of Labor (156-7119611) and Secretary Of Commerce (1410300919): each provides an in-depth examination of a high-profile job often in the news.
It would also require the Secretary of Labor to conduct a national workplace survey, to determine the extent of the exploitation of undocumented workers.
Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao announced a $5 million grant to Forsyth Technical Community College, in partnership with four other community colleges around the nation, to develop curricula and training models for biotechnology workers.
Early in 1999, former Clinton-era Secretary of Labor Robert Reich claimed in an op-ed column that Americans need not worry about the looming impeachment process and its potential to interrupt the work of Congress.
If not Treasury Secretary, he'd probably like Secretary of Education or Secretary of Labor.
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