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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Appointment of the Hon Peter Heerey AM QC to undertake independent review
Last Monday I announced that an independent investigator would be appointed to undertake a review of matters relating to complaints against Vice President Michael Lawler of the Fair Work…
Labour force figures, China Free Trade Agreement, Fair Work Building Industry Inspectorate report
Labour force figures - September
Minister for Employment Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash said today’s labour force results confirmed the growing underlying strength in the jobs market, with the Australia
Ministerial Working Group to help protect vulnerable foreign workers
The Small Business Development Conference NEIS Awards
Transcript of video message presented to The Small Business Development Conference Gala Dinner and Awards, Melbourne Good evening, everyone.
Small Business Development Conference
Joint pre-recorded address: Small business development conference, Melbourne MINISTER O’DWYER
Appointment of independent investigator to consider complaints against Fair Work Commission Vice President
Today I am announcing the decision to appoint an independent investigator to consider matters relating to complaints against Vice President Lawler of the Fair Work Commission.
Work experience to help job seekers into work
A new National Work Experience Programme has now commenced to help job seekers gain valuable experience in workplaces around the country.
ABC AM With Michael Brissenden
E&OE…………………………….. Presenter: We're joined now by the new Employment Minister Michaelia Cash. Michaelia Cash, welcome to the program.
Michaelia Cash – appointment to Cabinet
I am honoured to have been appointed by the Prime Minister as the Minister for Employment, Minister for Women, and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service.
New Director of the Workplace Gender Equality Agency
The Government has today announced the appointment of former BHP executive Elizabeth (Libby) Lyons as the Director of the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
Gender reporting must drive cultural change
The Australian Government is committed to increasing women’s workforce participation and improving gender equality in the workplace.