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SPRINGFIELD, IL – Hugo Chaviano was confirmed by the Senate to serve as the Director of the Illinois Department of Labor.

“It is with great honor that I take on this new role. As an adopted son of Illinois, I am ready to give back to the place I call home,” said Hugo Chaviano, Director. “I look forward to serving the people of Illinois – and am committed to protecting those most critical to the success of our state – our employees and employers.”

Chaviano brings more than 35 years of legal experience to the job, including work as a mediator and arbitrator.

“Director Chaviano’s skills and expertise from his prior work experience will help us in affecting positive change across the agency as well as the state,” commented Daniel Mumpher, Chief of Staff. “We are looking forward to a fresh perspective to help us turnaround Illinois.”

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