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
Address to The Sydney Institute - Fighting for the forgotten people: 75 Years On
I am delighted to be here as Minister for Employment at the Sydney Institute.
Youth Jobs PaTH – getting more young people into work
Today, the Turnbull Government is delivering on its promise to get more young people off welfare and into work with the launch of the Youth Jobs PaTH program.
Appointments to Fair Work Commission
Minister for Employment, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, today announced the appointment of two new Deputy Presidents and a Commissioner to the Fair Work Commission.
Channel 7 The Morning Show with Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECT/S: UK terrorist attack; childcare reforms; penalty rates
Joint Press Conference: Prime Minister Turnbull and Minister for Employment
E&OE… PRIME MINISTER:
Sky News, PVO NewsDay
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECT/S: Corrupting Benefits Bill, penalty rates
2SM Mornings with John Laws
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECT: Penalty rates
Gareth Parker interview - 6PR
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECT/S: The Corrupting Benefits Bill; penalty rates
Money News with Ross Greenwood - 2GB
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECT/S: Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption; Sunday penalty rates.
Sky News Live, The Latest
[E&OE TRANSCRIPT] SUBJECT/S: Secret payments between employers and unions, Sunday penalty rates, WA state election
International Women's Day 2017 - getting more women into work
With today marking International Women’s Day, the Minister for Women, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, has announced the expansion of a successful employment partnership between the Turnbull…
New approaches to help more young people into work
The Turnbull Government has today announced the latest round of successful organisations that will provide assistance to young people to overcome barriers to unemployment.