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The fallout from the global pandemic has already seen tens of thousands of New Zealanders lose their jobs across all levels of organisations whether they be senior leaders, mid-tier management or at the coalface of a business.

And there’s likely to be more job losses to come. An ASB report in late June says its economists think the big test for the New Zealand labour market will be the second half of the year, as the removal

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