Definitions for department of labor
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Department of Labor, Labor Department, Labor, DoL(noun)
the federal department responsible for promoting the working conditions of wage earners in the United States; created in 1913
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We are pleased that the Department of Labor has granted our QPAM exemption following a rigorous evaluation process.
Whatever the Wage Board comes back with, it has to be accepted, basically by the commissioner of the Department of Labor, period, if it is accepted, then it becomes the law for those workers.
The (Department of Labor) has always viewed its job under ERISA as policing employers, so they have resisted moving from policing employers to policing financial service providers. That's a necessary step in order to get to any Secure Choice plan.
It gets very complicated for the average person, they're already in a [mental health] crisis, looking for help, and they don't know if they should write and complain to their state insurance commissioner, the Department of Labor, the health department. It gets very difficult.
When banks plead guilty to a crime, federal agencies must do more than look the other way, the SEC has already granted waivers to each of these banks without any detailed explanation, but it is not too late for the Department of Labor to hold a public hearing before it decides that such brazen lawbreakers can be trusted managing workers' retirement accounts.
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