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  20 years ago: • The NZMBF “absolutely suppported” the New Zealand Employers Federation advertising campaign promoting the benefits the Employment Contracts Act had brought to the country. “We have put money into the campaign to reflect the importance of the retention of the Act by whichever party or parties have the government benches after next month’s general election,” NZMBF chief executive Trevor Allsebrook said. He said the Federation was not pr...
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