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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Over 200,000 job placements recorded through jobactive
The Coalition Government today announced that the highly successful jobactive programme has recorded placements into 214,422 jobs across Australia since it started in July 2015.
2UE Breakfast with John Stanley and Garry Linnell - Job seeker compliance
Jobs ad growth continues to rise
Minister for Employment Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash said that job vacancy data over the past year shows the Government’s goal of job creation to boost the economy is well on track.
2GB with Ray Hadley
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECT/S: Job seeker compliance loopholes
Interview - The Today Show
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECT: Job seeker loopholes JOURNALIST: Minister, please tell us what this loophole is and how it works.
Press Conference - Parliament House
Subjects: Investigation of CFMEU officials, Newspoll, negative gearing, election policies. E&OE…………………
ABC Live with Fran Kelly - ABCC
ALISON CARABINE: Michaelia Cash is in our Parliament House studios, Michaelia Cash thanks for coming in. MINISTER CASH: Great to be with you Alison.
Press Conference - Labour force figures
Labour force figures – January
Minister for Employment Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash said the underlying trend of the Australian labour market continues to demonstrate encouraging resilience, despite facing international…
Supporting young job seekers into work
A further 19 organisations have today been announced under the second round of the Coalition Government’s Transition to Work service, helping young people move into work or continue their…
Sky News Live - The Dalley Edition
Appointment of new Chair of Safe Work Australia
Minister for Employment Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash today announced the appointment of Ms Diane Smith-Gander as the new Chair of Safe Work Australia for a three-year term, commencing on 9…