Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

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.

Filter Michaelia Cash's releases

Kalgoorlie Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers

The Kalgoorlie Jobs Fair, funded by the Australian Government, is being held today and will showcase employment opportunities and connect job seekers with local employers.

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 28 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • Mr Rick Wilson MP

Equipping Australia's workforce with cyber security and digital skills

The Morrison Government is continuing to tackle urgent workforce needs with a new, fast-tracked training qualifications for the information and…

Release type: Media Release

Date: 27 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

Improving pathways for senior students

A new report released today sets out recommendations to improve how senior students learn about their opportunities to pursue work or further studies.

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 23 July 2020

Ministers:

  • The Hon Dan Tehan MP
  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

New pathways to help young Australians gain jobs

The Australian Government is committed to helping young Australians gain employment with $10 million dedicated to assist in connecting those looking for work to jobs.

Release type: Media Release

Date: 23 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

$7 million boost to support Tasmanian skills and trades

The Morrison Government has today announced a $7 million investment to assist construction of TasTAFE’s new Trades and Water Centre of Excellence at the Clarence campus to support more Tasmanians…

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 22 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • Senator the Hon Jonathon Duniam

Gradual return of mutual obligations requirements

As the economy recovers from the impacts of COVID-19, the Australian Government continues on the path of a gradual reintroduction of mutual obligation requirements for job seekers.

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 21 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • Senator the Hon Anne Ruston

The ABS labour force figures for June

Labour force figures released today by the ABS show that the easing of COVID-19 restrictions has resulted in some improvement in the labour market, with the level of employment increasing by 210,…

Release type: Media Release

Date: 16 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

JobTrainer skills package for economic growth and recovery

The Morrison Government will invest $2 billion to give hundreds of thousands of Australians access to new skills by retraining and upskilling them into sectors with job opportunities, as the…

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 16 July 2020

Ministers:

  • The Hon Scott Morrison MP
  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • The Hon Steve Irons MP

2GB Breakfast interview with Ben Fordham

E&OE Subject/s:  $2 billion JobTrainer skills announcement, ABS Labour Force predictions

Release type: Transcript

Date: 16 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

Channel 9 The Today Show interview

E&OE Subject/s:  $2 billion JobTrainer skills announcement, ABS Labour Force predictions, JobSeeker

Release type: Transcript

Date: 16 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

Helping South Australians transition into employment

An Employment Facilitator has been appointed in the Upper Spencer Gulf to help South Australians looking for work or training opportunities.

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 15 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • Mr Rowan Ramsey MP

Helping Australians in Tasmania transition to employment

An Employment Facilitator has been appointed in Tasmania to help people looking for work or training opportunities.

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 15 July 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • Ms Bridget Archer MP
  • Mr Gavin Pearce MP