Employment - “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs”
People of all ages and abilities should have the opportunity to earn an income. We are committed to removing the barriers to entry to getting a job or working more hours.
Senator Day’s Maiden Speech: ‘Every family, a job and a house’
The tragedy of workplace regulation is that while it seeks to protect the interests of those in work it effectively holds many others out. The low skilled and least able are the most likely victims. Tearing down unjust regulation is about a stronger, more inclusive Australia.
Pricing people - young people in particular - out of the job market thereby denying them the opportunity to buy a house and lead a happy and prosperous life, is not just bad for the economy it is morally wrong.
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Speech on Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Amendment Bill
Speech on Building and Construction Industry Bill (ABCC Bill)
Matter of Public Importance – Unemployment
Day & Leyonhjelm to introduce Bill to remove shop penalty rates
Productivity Commission heading the right way on cost of getting a job
Renewable Energy and Port Augusta
2015 Budget Response (incl. jobs)
Building Technology Training for a New Generation
Over 70s' employment
Question Time – Employment