The Hon Kelly O’Dwyer MP
- Minister for Jobs and Industrial Relations
- Minister for Women
The Hon Kelly O’Dwyer MP was sworn in as Minister for Jobs and Industrial Relations and Minister for Women on 28 August 2018.
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Fostering job opportunities for NSW Far South Coast locals
The Coalition Government has appointed a new Employment Facilitator to help the NSW Far South Coast community foster more local job opportunities.
ACT continues to create uncertainty for small business
The Federal Government remains concerned that the ACT Labor Government’s Secure Local Jobs Code will create unnecessary uncertainty and confusion for small businesses throughout the Territory.
Their voices heard - a national commitment to safer workplaces
The Coalition Government is committed to driving changes that will continue to make Australian workplaces healthier and safer.
1.2 million jobs created since Coalition elected
More than 1.2 million jobs have been created since the Government came to office in September 2013, after the Australian economy created an additional 37,000 jobs in November.
Wages growth in new enterprise agreements increases to 3.2 per cent
The most recent data on annual wage increases in newly approved enterprise agreements provides further evidence that wages growth is on the rise.
Doorstop, Melbourne - ABS labour force figures for November 2018
E&OE Subjects: Jobs growth; Government support for businesses; Victorian Liberal Party KELLY O’DWYER:
Interview with Hamish MacDonald, ABC RN Breakfast
E&OE Subjects: Industrial relations; Gender pay gap; Seat of Mallee; Andrew Broad HAMISH MACDONALD:
Expanded PaTH to get more young people working
The Coalition Government will expand the eligibility for its Youth Jobs PaTH Internships program to give even more young people the opportunity to gain valuable work experience.
More opportunities for job seekers online
The Coalition Government is giving more job seekers the opportunity to look for work through the Government’s online services by expanding the Online Employment Services Trial.
New employment services report released
A new report has found that the Coalition Government’s jobactive system has achieved strong results, with over 1.2 million job placements since July 2015, but that new technology can provide…
New appointments to building and construction watchdog
The Coalition Government is bolstering the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) with the appointment of two new Deputy Commissioners.
More jobs for Barker electorate
The latest figures have revealed that unemployment in the Barker electorate has fallen significantly over the past year.