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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Vocational education and training goes online
As COVID-19 has changed the way we work, train and study, the Morrison Government is working to deliver more training online.
Higher Education Relief Package
Australians will use their time social distancing to develop skills for new jobs in National Priority areas such as nursing, teaching, health, IT and science under a plan from the Morrison…
New visa to support Australian farmers
The Morrison Government has created a new visa extending the stay of critical seasonal workers to ensure the agricultural sector has the labour force it needs.
$1.3 Billion to support Apprentices and Trainees now available to Small Businesses
Wage subsidies for apprentices and trainees have already started to flow, giving employers and employees stability and financial relief during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fast-tracking training and skills during COVID-19
A new sub-committee of the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC), will drive rapid and flexible development of training packages during the COVID-19 crisis.
Triple M Hot Breakfast with Eddie McGuire and Luke Darcy
E&OE Subject/s: Jobs Hub announcement
E&OE Subject/s: JobKeeper wage subsidy, Jobs Hub announcement
2GB Breakfast with Alan Jones interview
E&OE Subject/s: JobKeeper wage subsidy, JobSeeker payment, Jobs Hub announcement
New Jobs Hub highlighting job opportunities for Australians
The Government has today launched a new Jobs Hub which highlights which businesses and organisations have multiple jobs on offer.
2GB Ben Fordham Interview
E&OE Subject/s: JobKeeper wage subsidy, Virgin Australia, Social distancing measures
New Enterprise Incentive Scheme participants able to access Coronavirus supplement
The Government has announced the Coronavirus Supplement as part of its economic plan to support Australian households and businesses.
National Careers Institute grant funding applications open to improve career advice
The Morrison Government’s National Careers Institute has today opened applications for grants up to the value of $700,000 for programs which will foster innovative partnerships between industry,…