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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More Australians in work than ever before
More Australians are in work than ever before, with the latest jobs figures showing employment at a record high of 12,631,300.
A major step forward towards Family and Domestic Violence Leave
The Morrison Government has today introduced important new laws to provide for a guaranteed five days’ family and domestic violence leave for the very first time.
Increase in workplace sexual harassment unacceptable
The results of a new survey which show an increase of sexual harassment in the workplace make it clear that there is more work to do.
More support for women with endometriosis this Women's Health Week
The Morrison Government will provide more support for women with endometriosis by helping educate employers, doctors and nurses on managing this common but little known condition that affects over…
Government welcomes first day of family and domestic violence leave
The Turnbull Government has today welcomed the first day of family and domestic violence leave for up to 2.3 million workers, while committing to extend the entitlement to a further six million…
Doorstop Interview, Goodstart Early Learning Braddon
E&OE TRANSCRIPT Topics: New Child care package; Enterprise Tax Plan; National Energy Guarantee 28/06/2018 8:05am
Reforms to address corporate misuse of taxpayer funded Fair Entitlements Guarantee Scheme
The Turnbull Government is committed to putting workers first by ensuring employers pay the entitlements they owe their workers.
Government to extend family and domestic violence leave
The Turnbull Government will ensure that up to a further six million workers covered by the Fair Work Act will have access to five days unpaid family and domestic violence leave per year.
Reforms to stop corporate avoidance of employee entitlements at taxpayers' expense
The Minister for Employment, Michaelia Cash, and the Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer MP, will introduce new laws to stop corporate misuse of the Australian Government’s…
Small Business Development Conference
Joint pre-recorded address: Small business development conference, Melbourne MINISTER O’DWYER