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Macroeconomics slap workers’ world upside the head

First Union policy analyst Edward Miller says a confluence of stubbornly high interest rates, a single mandate at the RBNZ, and benefit sanctions will worry workers.

WATCH: First Union policy analyst Edward Miller speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Tue, 27 Feb 2024

The workplace may be its own little fiefdom, but its workers and employers alike are affected by the broader macro-economic universe.

And, currently, three macro-economic events have taken (or will take) place that will inevitably affect the New Zealand workplace: the dropping of the RBNZ’s dual

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