Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Publications & Newsletters

Publications & Newsletters

Keep informed with our regular publications. These include the weekly 'Employer Bulletin', fortnightly ‘e-report’ and monthly 'Business Plus'.
​We have a wide range of members with different needs. Our range of publications is designed to allow members access to the information of interest to them, and includes:

Business Plus Magazine

Our monthly publication provides members with the latest news, opinion and advice on a wide range of business issues.  For more information and contributions, please contact our editor Mary MacKinven at mary.mackinven@ema.c​o.nz, 021 636 089.

For advertising in the magazine and for readership figures, view rate card 

Employer Bulletin

Each week we document decisions from the Employment Court and Employment Relations Authority, legislation and statistics, to keep members up to date with the latest employment relations news. Employer Bulletin is written by our in-house Employer Advisors.
For more information email adviceline@ema.co.nz

e-report

This fortnightly email newsletter invites members to take part in surveys and business-related events as well as informs about the views we have expressed in the media and in submissions. Innovation and special offers to members are also regular sections.
Members can email myvoice@ema.co.nz to receive their own copy.​​
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