Enhanced Protections and Safeguards for PALM scheme workers
The Albanese Labor Government is strengthening workplace protections for Pacific workers in Australia.
Australian Government to tackle worker exploitation
The Albanese Government will protect workers at risk of exploitation with a package of measures that target employers who seek to exploit temporary visa holders and ensure
Weekend Today with Jayne Azzopardi and Tim Davies
E&OE SUBJECTS: Fair Work Commission's Annual Wage Review decision, historic increase to the minimum wage and awards.
2GB Drive with Chris O'Keefe
E&OE SUBJECTS: Fair Work Commission’s Annual Wage Review decision.
Press conference - Sydney
Subject: Fair Work Commission’s Annual Wage Review decision.
Historic pay rise for Australian workers
The Fair Work Commission’s Annual Wage Review decision is a huge win for Australia’s low-paid workers.
First Jobs and Skills Council to focus on agribusiness open for business
The Albanese Government’s first Jobs and Skills Council (JSC) is now up and running, which will help the agribusiness sector get the skilled workers they need.
VET key to tackling regional skills shortages
The latest quarterly Labour Market Update released by Jobs and Skills Australia reveals skills shortages are…
Number of Aussie tech workers on the rise
Australia’s tech workforce has grown 8 per cent in the past 12 months, putting the nation on track to achieve the Government’s goal of 1.2 million technology related jobs by 2030.
Record women’s employment under the Albanese Labor Government
The Albanese Labor Government is getting more Australian women into full-time work than ever before, a new analysis of workforce data shows.
Interview- ABC News Breakfast with Lisa Millar
Subjects: Tina Turner, Creative Australia legislation introduction, The Wiggles performing at Parliament, energy bill relief, closing the labour hire loophole, PwC.
Doorstop - Parliament House Canberra
Subjects: The greatest pub rock band in the entire Parliament playing with The Wiggles, Energy bills, closing the labour hire loophole, Tina Turner.