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NZ Leaders Stronger and Wiser from the Recession

Monday, 26 April 2010, 9:45 am | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

NZ business leaders have come out of the recession stronger and wiser but must make sure they don’t slip back into the “leadership lazy boy” say leadership development company Catapult and EMA Central. More >>

Talking Business

Thursday, 16 October 2008, 12:59 am | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

EMA Central has announced a strong line up of speakers for Thrive Wellington, the region’s biggest business event, which is taking place at the TSB Bank Arena, Wellington on Thursday 13 November. More >>

Manufacturing upturn in central region

Friday, 15 December 2006, 11:43 am | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

Manufacturing in the lower half of the North Island and in the Nelson/Tasman region showed healthy growth during November. Business NZ Performance of Manufacturing Index (PMI) results released today showed an overall gain of 61.5 for the Central region. More >>

Abolition of youth rates misleading

Friday, 16 June 2006, 10:29 am | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

The Bill to abolish youth wage rates is being introduced to Parliament on a misleading basis, said Susan-Jane Davies, Head of EMA Legal, (the legal division of the Employers and Manufacturer's Association) today to Sue Bradford and the Parliamentary Select ... More >>

Abolishing youth rates will hurt teenemployment

Tuesday, 11 April 2006, 5:19 pm | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

EMA Central survey results confirm that abolishing youth rates will hurt teenage employment in the region. More >>

EMA Central Welcomes Western Corridor Study

Thursday, 9 March 2006, 10:38 am | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

EMA Central welcomes the findings of the Western Corridor Transportation Study which favour the Transmission Gully option, announced today. More >>

Changes To Climate Change Act Not Enough

Friday, 29 July 2005, 9:54 am | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

EMA Central says planned changes to the Climate Change Amendment Act, reported back today by the Commerce Committee, don't address the real issue. More >>

Employers Speak Out - ER Law Ref Bill

Wednesday, 2 June 2004, 12:12 am | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

The Employers and Manufacturers Association Central spoke out today against the Employment Relations Law Reform Bill, in a meeting with the Government Select Committee hearing feedback on the Bill. More >>

Kyoto Only Good For Bureaucrats

Tuesday, 30 April 2002, 2:17 pm | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

Along with every other business group in the country, EMA Central is disappointed the Government has chosen to force New Zealand business to bare the cost of its enthusiasm for unnecessary international policy. More >>

Thanks Don

Friday, 26 April 2002, 12:07 am | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

Retiring Reserve Bank Governor Don Brash has calmly and assuredly held a major role in New Zealand’s economic development for many years, and he will be missed, probably much more than we realise, Employers & Manufacturers Assoc (Central) chief executive ... More >>

Aussie Rules Penalize New Zealand Exporters

Thursday, 28 March 2002, 3:29 pm | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

Any perception that the Australian market is growing closer to New Zealand's is an illusion exporters should be very wary of, says the Employers & Manufacturers Association (Northern). More >>

2007? What Do Employers Do Now?!!

Tuesday, 19 March 2002, 3:18 pm | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

Employers across the country will view today’s tertiary education announcement from Steve Maharey with caution, and in some cases, considerable irritation. More >>

Business Heartened, But Will Want More

Tuesday, 12 February 2002, 4:39 pm | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

The Prime Minister's statement today announcing a new commitment to economic growth will hearten New Zealand enterprises. More >>

Unemployment Figures Support Skills Concerns

Friday, 8 February 2002, 1:51 pm | Employers and Manufacturers Association Central

The just released Household Labour Force Survey figures support EMA Central’s call for Government to recognise the skills shortage struggle employers around the country are facing. More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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