Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
- Minister for Industrial Relations
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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.
Doorstop - ABS Labour Force figures, Moreton Bay Jobs Fair
E&OE Subject/s: ABS Labour Force figures, Moreton Bay Jobs Fair
Labour Force January 2020: More Australians in full-time work than ever before
The Minister for Employment, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, welcomed today’s news that more Australians are in jobs than ever before.
Moreton Bay Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers
The Morrison Government’s Jobs Fair in Morayfield, Queensland, will showcase hundreds of employment opportunities available in the Moreton Bay area and greater Brisbane.
First APEC Business advisory council (ABAC) meeting 2020 Women’s Economic Empowerment Lunch
Ladies and gentlemen I am delighted to provide these opening remarks to the Women’s Economic Empowerment luncheon. I acknowledge:
Penrith Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers
'Energising Tasmania' agreement signed
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have signed an agreement that will support thousands of Tasmanians through the delivery of fee-free training to develop a skilled workforce for the…
Strengthening the digital technologies and human services care workforce
Work to grow Australia’s skilled workforce is underway with the commencement of Skills Organisation Pilots to support the digital technology and human services care industries.
Change in business behaviour confirms Government legislation
The Morrison Government welcomes the decision taken by businesses in recent days to change their payment terms with their suppliers.