The Hon Tony Burke MP
- Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations
- Minister for the Arts
The Hon Tony Burke MP was sworn in as Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations and Minister for the Arts on 1 June 2022.
Content relating to the Arts portfolio can be found on the Ministers for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts site.
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Interview - Sky News with Peter Stefanovic
SUBJECTS: Proposed Industrial Relations Laws, Fair Work Commission, Arbitration.
Universal paid leave for family and domestic violence
More than 11 million Australian workers will soon have access to 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave.
Delivering secure jobs, better pay and a fairer system
The Albanese Government is changing the law to promote job security, help close the gender pay gap, modernise the workplace bargaining system and get wages moving.
ABC Radio National with Patricia Karvelas
E&OE Subject: New workplace relations bill
Secure Jobs and Better Pay in the Budget
The Albanese Government is committed to secure jobs and better pay – that’s why we backed an increase to the minimum wage, and it’s why we’re taking action to ensure a fairer workplace relations…
New ABS labour force figures
The number of Australians in jobs remains at record highs – but they’re still not seeing the wage increases they need.
Media conference - ABS labour force figures
Subjects; ABS labour force figures, unemployment, wage growth, workplace relations, floods
Secure Jobs, Better Pay Bill
The Albanese Labor Government will deliver more secure jobs, better pay and a fairer workplace relations system for Australian workers.
Bigger payslips for Australian workers
More than 400,000 low-paid workers in key industries will take home a bigger pay slip from today, thanks to a 4.6 per cent increase to minimum wages under their awards.
Australia signals commitment to key international standard on child labour
The Albanese Labor Government is taking steps towards protecting and promoting international standards that ensure children engage in safe and appropriat
New ABS Labour Force Figures
More Australians are in jobs and getting the work hours they want – but they’re still not getting the wage increases they need.
Modernising workplace relations laws to get wages moving
The Albanese Labor Government will get wages moving - particularly for women and small business workers - by modernising Australia’s workplace relations laws.