NZ back to red in traffic light system

    The country is back to red in the traffic light system as a result of COVID-19 Omicron variant in the community. Among other measures this means smaller gathering numbers, which will affect businesses and workplaces.

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    Industry 4.0: Solving problems with new thinking and technology

    Join us on Wednesday 2 February from 10am – 11am for an exclusive virtual tour of MJH Engineering Ltd. Learn more about the Smart Industry Readiness Index (SIRI) Assessment process and MJH’s journey through Industry 4.0 so far.

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    From the language describing them to the supposed demand for them, Fair Pay Agreements are anything but fair. They are unfair, unwanted, and unnecessary.

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