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Jobs and Skills Australia
The Albanese Government is taking immediate action to address the urgent skills crisis, by introducing legislation to establish Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA).
Universal paid leave for family and domestic violence
More than 11 million Australian workers – including casuals – will have access to 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave under Albanese Labor Government legislation to be introduced…
Restoring equal rights for construction workers
The Albanese Labor Government has taken another step towards ending the unfair treatment of building and construction workers.
Meeting of federal, state and territory skills ministers
Federal and State Skills and Training Ministers met to reset negotiations on the National Skills Agreement, and strengthen Australia’s TAFE and training sector.
Unemployment rate falls to 48-year low
Australia’s unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in 48 years - confirming the time is right to focus on higher wages, better job security and building a bigge
Visit to Washington DC
I will attend meetings in Washington DC from 11-15 July 2022 as part of the thirtieth Australian American Leadership Dialogue (AALD).
Tomorrow's minimum wage increase a win for women, part time workers and the heroes of the pandemic
Albanese Govt. achieves pay rise for 2.8 million Australians
Important step on rights for gig workers
Albanese Govt to push for gig workers to have better pay conditions
A clean slate and more flexibility for job seekers
The Albanese Labor Government is making changes to the new employment services system so job seekers will start with a clean slate and have more flexibility in how they choose to get job ready.
New ABS Labour Force Figures
New labour force figures confirm the time is right to make the shift to stronger wage growth and increased job security.
A pay rise for Australian workers
Australia’s low-paid workers will be better off because the Albanese Labor Government fought to get them a pay rise.
Government's Annual Wage Review Submission
Today the Albanese Labor Government has recommended to the Fair Work Commission’s Expert Panel conducting the Annual Wage Review that they ensure