Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Meet our people

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We’re an business association but we’re a people business too. The right people are critical to our success. Meet some of our team.
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Policy Director - Advocacy Services
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Amanda has been part of the team for six years. She has held senior Human Resource advisory roles in various industries including health, wood processing and agriculture. She has extensive experience in conducting bullying and harassment investigations.
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Portfolio Manager - Employment Relations, Human Resources
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Bev spent several years as the Employment Counsel for the SA National Prosecuting Authority, and has continued her employment career in New Zealand with her current private law practice in the Waikato/BOP.
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Brent joined the EMA as an Employer Advisor in late 2007 and he is the coordinator of the weekly Employer Bulletin.
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