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The Australian Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations is currently the Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

The Minister administers this portfolio, as well as her two other portfolios of Minister for Education and Minister for Social Inclusion, through the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.

Other bodies in her portfolio include:

  • Comcare
  • Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal
  • Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency
  • 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

Australian employment ministers

Minister Party affiliation Period Ministerial Title
Harold Holt United Australia Party 1940–1941 Minister for Labour and National Service
Eddie Ward Australian Labor Party 1941–1943
Jack Holloway Australian Labor Party 1943–1949
Harold Holt Liberal Party 1949–1958
William McMahon Liberal Party 1958–1966
Les Bury Liberal Party 1966–1971
Billy Snedden Liberal Party 1971
Phillip Lynch Liberal Party 1971–1972
Clyde Cameron Australian Labor Party 1972–1974 Minister for Labour
Clyde Cameron Australian Labor Party 1974–1975 Minister for Labour and Immigration
James McClelland Australian Labor Party 1975
Tony Street Liberal Party 1975
Tony Street Liberal Party 1975–1978 Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations
Ian Viner Liberal Party 1978–1981 Minister for Employment and Youth Affairs
Neil Brown Liberal Party 1981–1982
Ian Macphee Liberal Party 1982–1983 Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations
Ralph Willis Australian Labor Party 1983–1987
John Dawkins Australian Labor Party 1987–1991 Minister for Employment, Education and Training
Kim Beazley Australian Labor Party 1991–1993
Simon Crean Australian Labor Party 1993–1996
Amanda Vanstone Liberal Party 1996–1997 Minister for Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs
David Kemp Liberal Party 1997–1998
Peter Reith Liberal Party 1998–2001 Minister for Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business
Tony Abbott Liberal Party 2001
Tony Abbott Liberal Party 2001–2003 Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations
Kevin Andrews Liberal Party 2003–2007
Joe Hockey Liberal Party 2007
Julia Gillard Australian Labor Party 2007–

Ministers for industrial relations

Minister Party affiliation Period Ministerial Title
Ralph Willis Australian Labor Party 1987–1988 Minister for Industrial Relations
Peter Morris Australian Labor Party 1988–1990
Peter Cook Australian Labor Party 1990–1993
Laurie Brereton Australian Labor Party 1993–1996
Peter Reith Liberal Party 1996–1997
Peter Reith Liberal Party 1997–1998 Minister for Workplace Relations and Small Business

See also

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