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It is the mission of the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry to make [[Virginia]] a better place in which to work, live, and conduct business. Efforts to achieve this goal include promoting safe, healthful workplaces, best employment practices, job training opportunities through registered apprenticeship, the protection of children from hazardous employment, and safe operation of boiler and pressure vessels.<ref>[http://www.doli.virginia.gov/agency/agency_mission.html ''Virginia Department of Labor and Industry'' "Agency Mission" Accessed February 4, 2013]</ref>
 
It is the mission of the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry to make [[Virginia]] a better place in which to work, live, and conduct business. Efforts to achieve this goal include promoting safe, healthful workplaces, best employment practices, job training opportunities through registered apprenticeship, the protection of children from hazardous employment, and safe operation of boiler and pressure vessels.<ref>[http://www.doli.virginia.gov/agency/agency_mission.html ''Virginia Department of Labor and Industry'' "Agency Mission" Accessed February 4, 2013]</ref>
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There are five main divisions within the department of labor and industry:<ref name="org">[http://www.doli.virginia.gov/images/2013%20Agency%20Organizational%20Chart.pdf ''Virginia Department of Labor and Industry'' "Organizational Chart" Accessed February 4, 2013]</ref>
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*Apprenticeship Council
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*Assistant Commissioner of Programs
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The full [http://www.doli.virginia.gov/images/2013%20Agency%20Organizational%20Chart.pdf organizational chart] is available on the office website.<ref name="org"/>
  
 
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==Compensation==

Revision as of 10:20, 4 February 2013

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The Virginia Commissioner of Labor and Industry is a state executive position in the Virginia state government. The commissioner is the appointed head of the Department of Labor and Industry, which administers and enforces occupational safety and occupational health activities as prescribed by law.[1]

Current officeholder

The current officeholder is Courtney Malveaux.[2]

Authority

The Commissioner of Labor and Industry is authorized by Title 40, Chapter 1 of the Code of Virginia.[3]

Appointments

According to Title 4, Chapter 1 of the Code of Virginia, the commissioner is selected by gubernatorial appointment. The Commissioner shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor for a term coincident with that of the Governor.[4]

Duties

It is the mission of the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry to make Virginia a better place in which to work, live, and conduct business. Efforts to achieve this goal include promoting safe, healthful workplaces, best employment practices, job training opportunities through registered apprenticeship, the protection of children from hazardous employment, and safe operation of boiler and pressure vessels.[5]

Divisions

There are five main divisions within the department of labor and industry:[6]

  • Human Resources Services
  • Administrative & Financial Services
  • Registered Apprenticeship
  • Apprenticeship Council
  • Assistant Commissioner of Programs

The full organizational chart is available on the office website.[6]

Compensation

See also: Compensation of state executive officers

2012

In 2012, the commissioner of labor and industry was paid an estimated $110,250. This figure comes from the Council of State Governments.

2011

In 2011, the Virginia Commissioner of Labor and Industry was paid an estimated $125,759, according to the Council of State Governments.[7]

See also

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