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    Auckland back at Alert Level 3 and rest of country at Alert Level 2

    The Government announcement that Auckland is back to Alert Level 3 and the rest of New Zealand at Alert Level 2 for the next seven days is unwelcome.

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    New year, new you, new skills

    With the Prime Minster announcing border closures likely to continue until 2022, now is the time to train and upskill your staff.

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  • Holidays Act overhaul short-term pain for long-term gain
    23 February 2021

    The EMA says its business members will welcome the overhaul of the Holidays Act, although it will potentially be challenging for them to implement.

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  • Resurgence Support Payment welcome for struggling businesses
    17 February 2021

    The rules have been changed with payments available to hard-hit businesses after seven days instead of 14, including at Alert Level 2.

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