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February 26, 2013
Seth Harris named to replace Solis at DOL

Former Deputy Secretary Seth D. Harris has been named Acting U.S. Secretary of Labor following the resignation of Hilda L. Solis from the post. Harris formerly served as a professor at New York Law School and directed its labor and employment law programs. He served in various positions at the Department of Labor during the Clinton administration.

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In a recent blog post, Harris said the Department remains committed to its goal of Good Jobs for Everyone, which includes ensuring compliance with employment laws and making sure employers keep workplaces safe, healthy, and free of discrimination.

“As President Obama’s second term begins, our mission to help working families has never been more important, and we are moving forward to fulfill that mission with renewed energy and purpose,” he said. Harris will work with DOL leadership to develop new tools and strategies for carrying out the mission.

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