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    Trans-Tasman bubble critical first step

    The EMA says today’s announcement that the two-way trans-Tasman bubble will go ahead from midnight, April 18, will be welcomed by all businesses reliant on trade with Australia.

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    Is your workplace investigator licensed?

    Workplace investigations such as bullying and harassment can be complicated, time-consuming and subject to challenge. Whether complaints requiring investigation arise externally or internally an independent, licensed investigator is the best option.

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  • Business could do with a breather
    29 March 2021

    The call for a halt to new business-focused legislation for the next two years is an idea that has merit for a business community desperately in need of a breather, says the EMA.

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  • Whakatane Mill closure terrible news
    16 March 2021

    The EMA says the announcement today that the Whakatane Mill is closing is terrible news for the management team, employees, and the wider community.

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