Labor Department Jobs Programs
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis talked about her department's jobs programs.
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Labor Department officials conducted a forum on child labor and human trafficking. They focused on human rights and labor abuses in various regions of the world, as well as efforts to develop a list of products that may have been produced by child or forced labor.Department of Labor | Bureau of International Labor Affairs
Vice President Pence swore in Alexander Acosta as Secretary of Labor in the vice president's ceremonial office in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building across the street from the White House.
Jane Oates talked about Department of Labor job training programs.
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis spoke about challenges facing the labor movement.Department of Labor
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta held a briefing on education and workforce development at the Marriott in Bridgewater, New Jersey.
Witnesses testified on the monthly jobs reports released by the Department of *Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics. The first panel focused on the methodology of the report's release, in which news organizations and others are allowed to see the monthly jobs report half-an-hour ahead of time in what is known as a "lock-up" session at the Labor Department building. A second panel also focused on "green" jobs, with Chairman Darrell Issa accusing the Labor Department* of inflating the numbers it had reported for that sector of the economy..
Panelists talked about the American labor movement and the future of jobs.
Secretary Thomas Perez was interviewed by video phone about Department of Labor grants for jail-based employment centers.
Secretary Herman talked about the accomplishments of the Clinton-Gore administration and bade farewell to department employees.Department of Labor
In a town hall-style meeting, Secretary Reich said farewell to Department of Labor employees. ... He stressed that they must continue to make the department more effective and efficient and commit themselves to protecting and helping U.S. workers despite continuing budget reductions.Department of Labor
President Obama visited Detroit to celebrate Labor Day with workers and their families and to discuss his bipartisan efforts to create jobs and strengthen the economy. Secretary of Labor Hilda L.
Authors talked about their books about periods of labor strife and talked about current labor unrest.
Officials spoke to reporters about a plan to assist unemployed workers with health insurance. Following…Department of Labor6 views
Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker and Labor Secretary Thomas Perez answered questions from reporters as they left the White House after attending a meeting held by President Obama and Vice President Biden with executives of large companies and small business owners to address efforts in helping long-term unemployed Americans find jobs.71 views