Minister For Employment and Workplace Relations (Australia)

Minister For Employment And Workplace Relations (Australia)

The Australian Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations is the Hon. Bill Shorten.

The Minister administers this portfolio, through the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.

Other bodies in his portfolio include:

  • Comcare
  • Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal
  • Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency
  • Fair Work Ombudsman
  • Indigenous Business Australia
  • National Occupational Health and Safety Commission
  • National Workplace Relations Consultative Council
  • Workplace Authority
  • Remuneration Tribunal
  • Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission
  • Seafarers Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Authority (Seacare Authority)
  • Workplace Relations Ministers' Council

Read more about Minister For Employment And Workplace Relations (Australia):  List of Minister For Skills, Jobs and Workplace Relations, List of Ministers For Industrial Relations

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