Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
- Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business
Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash was sworn in as Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business on 29 May 2019.
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Perth Virtual Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers
A virtual jobs fair to be held today will showcase employment opportunities around Perth and regional areas of Western Australia.
NEIS helps Australians start their own business and celebrates a big anniversary
The New Business Assistance with NEIS (New Enterprise Incentive Scheme) program turns 35 years old this week and it’s only getting better with age, continuing to create opportunities for…
WA workers learning COVID-19 safety skills
New short courses in infection control are now being rolled out to help customer-facing businesses open safely and minimise the risk of COVID-19 spreading.
Securing workers for Australian Farmers
More regional areas across Australia will benefit from the expansion of Harvest Trail Services into all major horticulture regions across the country.
Support for Australia’s young Entrepreneurs
The Morrison Government is continuing the successful Youth Entrepreneurship Facilitators for a further two years, until 2022.
Inaugural report of the National Skills Commission: the Australian labour market and Covid-19
A report released today by the National Skills Commission (NSC) shows that while the impact of COVID-19 on the labour market has been significant, some data indicates early signs of stabilisation…
Extension To Regional Employment Trial program
The Morrison Government’s Regional Employment Trial program has been extended for 12 months to allow existing projects affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to be completed.
Marketplace for online microcredentials
The Morrison Government will provide $4.3 million to build and run a one-stop-shop for microcredentials to help students identify educational opportunities.
National Skills Commission to help Australia's economic recovery
A vital element to the Morrison Government’s JobMaker strategy has been locked in, with the National Skills Commissioner Bill passing through Parliament.
Job-ready graduates to power economic recovery
University students who study in areas of expected employment growth will pay less for their degree as the Government incentivises students to make more job-relevant decisions about their…
3AW Drive Interview with Tom Elliott
E&OE Subject/s: ABS labour force figures, COVID-19 economic impact
Gradual return of mutual obligation requirements
As steps are taken to re-open the Australian economy, mutual obligation requirements for job seekers will re-commence, in a limited capacity, from Tuesday 9 June 2020.