Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Reports and Documents

Reports and Documents

Read EMA reports including submissions to local and central government, survey results and discussion papers.
  • Document Type
  • Region

Your filtered results

Showing 1-5 of 69
items per page
1 2 3 4 5  ... 
YEP Programme
File size: 102.3 KB
Date issued: 13 Feb 2019
Find out more
BusinessNZ Submission on Phase 2 of the Reserbank Act Review Consultation- Safeguarding the future of our financial system
File size: 295.4 KB
Date issued: 21 Dec 2018
Find out more
Pay Equity Submission
File size: 173.9 KB
Date issued: 05 Dec 2018
Find out more
Findings from the EMA's Employers Survey 2018
File size: 1.2 MB
Date issued: 04 Dec 2018
Find out more
Financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2018
File size: 3.2 MB
Date issued: 23 Nov 2018
Find out more
1 2 3 4 5  ... 

Join Us.

Together we're building businesses, communities and opportunities for all
New Zealand

Download PDF form here
View subscription rates
  • EMA Financial Reports

Related Resources

Financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2018
Read full story
Electricity Pricing Review TPM Submission
Read full story
Risky emojis, multi-national 85 years in NZ, Fair Pay Agreements warning and more
Read full story
Tax Working Group Submission by the EMA October 2018
Read full story
BusinessNZ Response to Tax Working Group Interim Report
Read full story

Related News

04 Feb
Fair Pay Agreements no guarantee of productivity and jobs
Read full story
28 Sep
The proposal to decrease ACC levies by 6.9% for employers is one the EMA encourages the Minister to keep.
Read full story
17 May
Budget 2018 announced today revealed that the country’s books are in good order and the Government intends to maintain surpluses over the coming parliamentary term.
Read full story
06 Dec
In the 2017 EMA Employers Survey the tight labour market is the number one headache for employers, with overall business confidence softening compared with a year ago.
Read full story
26 May
Budget 2016 held few surprises for business and sent a strong signal that the New Zealand economy is in good health.
Read full story