Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries

Oregon Bureau Of Labor And Industries

Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries

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The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) is an agency in the executive branch of the government of the U.S. state of Oregon. It is headed by the Commissioner of Labor and Industries, a nonpartisan, statewide elective office. The term of office is four years. The current Commissioner is Brad Avakian.


In 1903, the Oregon Legislative Assembly created the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Inspector of Factories and Workshops in response to public concerns about the effects industrialization on society. Its head, titled Commissioner, was initially appointed by the Governor. O. P. Hoff, the initial appointee, was elected in 1906, and reelected in 1910 and 1914.

Dan Gardner of Milwaukie was Commissioner from 2003–2008. He resigned in March 2008 to take a job with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Washington, D.C..

Commissioner duties and responsibilities

The Commissioner serves as chief executive of the department-level Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, chairs the State Apprenticeship and Training Council, and acts as executive secretary of the Wage and Hour Commission.

He or she has enforcement responsibility for state laws...
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