Myriam El Khomri is a prominent French public official, best known for her tenure as the Minister of Labour, Employment, Vocational Training and Social Dialogue from 2015 to 2017 under President François Hollande's administration. Born in Morocco in 1978, she made her mark in French politics as a social democrat dedicated to employment and labor issues. Throughout her career, El Khomri has committed herself to defending the interests and improving the circumstances of workers, engendering significant labor reforms in the process. Her efforts led to the controversial El Khomri Law, which aimed to create a more flexible labor market in France. Notable for being the youngest member of Hollande's cabinet, she has left a significant impact on French labor relations.