Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
- Minister for Industrial Relations
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Federal Court upholds Fair Work Commission's penalty rates decision
Today the Federal Court upheld the decision of the independent Fair Work Commission on penalty rates.
Government delivering employment support for refugees resettling in NSW
An employment information expo to connect refugees looking for work with organisations that can assist them will be held in Liverpool, Sydney, tomorrow.
Reforms to stop corporate avoidance of employee entitlements at taxpayers' expense
The Minister for Employment, Michaelia Cash, and the Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer MP, will introduce new laws to stop corporate misuse of the Australian Government’s…
Government supporting Toyota workers into work
The Turnbull Government reaffirms its commitment to supporting workers affected by the cessation of Toyota’s automotive manufacturing operations in Melbourne today.
10,000 young Australians off welfare and into work under PaTH program
The Turnbull Government has assisted 10,000 long-term unemployed young Australians get off welfare and into work through the Youth Bonus Wage subsidy component of the Youth Jobs PaTH program.
Improvements to Comcare save taxpayers $700 million
The Turnbull Government continues to deliver budget savings and strong economic management, with the announcement of significant savings from improvements to Comcare, the Commonwealth’s workers…
Turnbull Government supporting jobs in Queensland
Regional businesses in Australia are successfully trialling and hiring young people through Youth Jobs PaTH, with Queensland leading the way with more than 2,800 young people hired under the…
Better protection for vulnerable workers
The Turnbull Government’s new protections for vulnerable workers come into effect today.
Eleven months of consecutive jobs growth – employment remains at record high
ABS Labour force figures for August show employment has increased for the eleventh consecutive month, demonstrating the underlying strength in the labour market and highlighting the success of the…
Resignation of Nigel Hadgkiss
Mr Nigel Hadgkiss APM has today tendered his resignation as Commissioner of the Australian Building and Construction Commission, which has been accepted by the Government.
Taking action to ensure workers’ benefits benefit workers
The Turnbull Government will introduce legislation to protect the benefits of Australian workers and ensure they are held for workers and not spent for other purposes.
Putting workers first as Corrupting Benefits law comes into effect
Strong new laws banning secret and corrupting payments between employers and unions come into effect from today, ensuring Australian workers’ interests are put first when workplace agreements are…