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
Doorstop: national unemployment, WA election, ABCC and Registered Organisations bills, Trump Administration
Government to support Hazelwood workers
The Federal Government will deliver $43 million to support Hazelwood Power Station workers and Victoria’s Latrobe Valley following the closure of the facility at the end of March 2017.
Migrant Workers' Taskforce taking action
The inaugural meeting of the Migrant Workers’ Taskforce, held on 21 October 2016, has agreed to a program of action guaranteeing a more proactive approach is taken to dealing with exploitation of…
Youth Jobs Path – Helping young people prepare for a job
The Australian Government has today launched the process to seek expressions of interest from organisations to deliver training in stage one of the three stage Youth Jobs PaTH programme to help…
Labour force figures - September
The ABS Labour statistics for September demonstrate the importance of the Turnbull Government’s focus on jobs and growth.
Sky News with Laura Jayes
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECT/S: ABCC Legislation, Registered Organisations, Senate Cross bench negotiations.
Call for entrepreneurship facilitators
The Australian Government is calling for organisations and individuals to apply to be one of three new Encouraging Entrepreneurship Facilitators.
Sky News “The Latest” with Laura Jayes
Interview with Neil Mitchell, Radio 3AW
Empowering Youth Round 2 now open
The Turnbull Government’s focus on ensuring young Australians are job ready has been strengthened with the launch of grant guidelines for the second round of th
Coalition delivers on promise to protect the Victorian CFA
Tonight the Turnbull Government delivered on an election commitment to protect the Victorian Country Fire Authority (CFA) from a hostile union takeover.
Doorstop with the Prime Minister: CFA legislation