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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COVID-19 - Mutual Obligations arrangements extended
The Morrison Government will continue the suspension of mutual obligation until 27 April 2020 to support job seekers through this difficult period.
Supporting sole traders through the effects of Coronavirus
The Morrison Government has expanded the eligibility criteria for JobSeeker Payment to support sole traders and Australians who are self-employed if their income is negatively affected by the econo
Mutual obligations lifted until congestion clears
The Coronavirus has, and will continue to have, a devastating impact on Australian jobs and businesses.
Flexibility for jobseekers
The Morrison Government today announced a suite of adjustments to the current employment services system which align and enhance the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harvest labour changes to provide more support for farmers and opportunities for regional job seekers
The Morrison Government has announced new providers who will deliver an enhanced Harvest Labour Services (HLS) and National Harvest Labour Information Service (NHLIS) from I July 2020.
Industry training hub now open for Burnie youth
A new Industry Training Hub will open in Burnie today, giving senior high school students in Tasmania’s north-west access to opportunities to build their skills and choose occupations that are in d
Jobs Fairs postponed as a precautionary measure for COVID-19
In response to the latest expert medical advice provided by the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC), Commonwealth, State and Territory governments have agreed to provide public
$1.3 billion support package to keep apprentices and trainees on the job
The Morrison Government is backing apprentices and trainees as part of the Government’s Economic Response to the Coronavirus.
Building better construction careers
50 Tasmanians across the North West of the State will have the chance to build their own careers in the building and construction industry through the new $350,000 Building Futures Program.
Scott Cam headlines year of action for skills and training
National Careers Ambassador and Australia’s favourite tradie Scott Cam today kicked off a national tour to promote the value of vocational education, at an event hosted by TAFE NSW Ryde.
BUSY at Work to deliver VET scholarship program to young regional Australians
The Morrison Government is providing youth across regional Australia access to scholarships worth up to $5,000 per year, under a program to be delivered by apprenticeship services agency BUSY At …
Consultation open for small business draft Reporting Payment Time Framework
The Morrison Government is backing the 3.4 million small businesses that underpin Australia’s economy through new legislation to ensure they are paid on time.