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    Update: Auckland at Alert Level 3

    From midnight tomorrow, Tuesday 21 Auckland moves to Alert Level 3 for two weeks. The rest of the country will remain at Alert Level 2, however, there is a bespoke Alert Level 4 area around Mangatangi in the Waikato.

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    Looking to upskill, refresh or learn something new? Choose one, two or three of our new 90-minute learning modules that combine e-Learning with a virtual classroom session.

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  • Auckland savaged by COVID restrictions
    21 September 2021

    The savage impact of Level 4 lockdown on businesses is shown in a recent BusinessNZ Network survey, EMA Chief Executive Brett O’Riley says.

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  • Bulletin - Friday, 17 September 2021
    17 September 2021

    In this week's Employer Bulletin read about a failure to consult for conduct and restructure led to unjustifiable dismissals.

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