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
More skills training for Queensland school leavers and job seekers
Queensland school leavers and job seekers will benefit from increased access to free or low-fee skills training under a significant investment through the JobTrainer Agreement to be rolled out…
Hunter region Virtual Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers
A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities around the Hunter region will be held on Thursday 24 September 2020.
Skills boost for students and job seekers in Tasmania
Tasmanian school leavers and job seekers will benefit from increased access to low-fee or free training under a significant investment through the JobTrainer Fund to be rolled out across Tasmania…
Adelaide and Murraylands virtual jobs fair connects job seekers with employers
A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities in the Adelaide and Murraylands regions will be held on Tuesday, 22 September 2020.
Mutual obligation requirements return for job seekers
The Morrison Government will introduce a further step in the gradual return to mutual obligation arrangements for all job seekers from 28 September 2020, with the exception of Victoria where…
Careers+ connects job seekers with employers in Canterbury Bankstown
A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities in the Canterbury Bankstown local area will be held from 16-17 September 2020.
Significant boost for skills training in NSW
The Commonwealth Government and the New South Wales (NSW) State Government have launched the NSW JobTrainer Agreement.
Skills boost for students and job seekers in ACT
The Commonwealth Government and the ACT Government have launched the ACT JobTrainer Agreement.
$500 million paid to keep Australian apprentices and trainees on the job
More than $500 million has been paid to 51,200 employers to keep 89,300 apprentices in work to protect workers and businesses from the impact of COVID-19.
Industry Training Hub now open for Townsville youth
Senior secondary school students in Townsville will have new opportunities to develop skills and learn about local in-demand occupations with the opening of an Industry Training Hub.
Supporting Australian business to fill critical skills needs
A new priority skills list and strengthened labour market testing will allow small numbers of sponsored skilled workers to return to Australia to fill urgent skills needs in critical sectors,…
Local taskforces to aid jobs recovery
More than 900,000 job seekers are set to benefit from local jobs taskforces with specialised expertise and knowledge to get more Australians back into work.