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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10,000 opportunities for young Australians in hospitality
The Turnbull Government is creating more pathways for young people to move off welfare and into a job with the Australian Hotels Association (AHA) increasing their target for the Youth Jobs PaTH…
More Australians in full-time work than ever before
Figures released by the ABS today underlines the strength of the Australian economy, with more Australians in employment than ever before and full time employment surging.
Court proceedings commenced against former directors of Queensland Nickel
Legal proceedings, including the serving of documents, have begun in the Supreme Court of Queensland against Clive Palmer, Clive Mensink and 19 other parties associated with Queensland Nickel.
New appointments to the Fair Work Commission
Minister for Employment, Michaelia Cash, today announced the appointment of three Deputy Presidents to the Fair Work Commission.
NSW partnership builds skills and opportunities
The Australian and NSW Governments today announced the opening of Australia’s first one-stop shop for infrastructure jobs and skills training to meet the demands of Sydney’s booming infrastructure…
10,000 young Australians to get on the right PaTH
Another leading industry organisation has backed the Coalition Government’s Youth Jobs PaTH (Prepare-Trial-Hire) program with a commitment to deliver thousands of internships for young Australians…
Seasonal work incentives offer fresh approach
The Turnbull Government today launched the Seasonal Work Incentives Trial which offers a range of incentives for unemployed people to undertake seasonal horticultural work to help them gain…
On the right PaTH – Businesses hire 5,000 young Australians
More than 5,000 young Australians have gained jobs under the ‘Hire’ element of the Turnbull Government’s Youth Jobs PaTH (Prepare-Trial-Hire) program.
Permanent Employment Facilitator appointed to assist retrenched workers in Latrobe Valley
The Turnbull Government today announced that Mr Luke Arber has been appointed as the permanent Employment Facilitator for Gippsland to assist those affected by the closure of the Hazelwood Power…
Unemployment drops to lowest in over four years
Strong jobs figures released today by the Australian Bureau of
Turnbull Government delivers Employment Facilitator for Mandurah region
The Turnbull Government today announces funding for an Employment Facilitator for the Mandurah region in Western Australia to provide intensive support to local residents to help find…
Fair Work Commission Annual Wage Review
The Fair Work Commission has today increased the national minimum wage rate by 3.3 per cent, from 1 July 2017. The national minimum wage rate applies to approximately 200,000 workers.