Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Tarrin Terry

Tarrin Terry

Lawyers, Consultants & Advisors
BMS (Hons)

ER Consultant - Bay of Plenty and South Waikato Regions
Contact details
  • Phone
    +64 73 480334
  • Mobile
    027 398 7339
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Employment, People & HR

Tarrin has been part of our team for five years and is recognised for her prompt, efficient and excellent service. 

Her attention to detail and ability to guide businesses through processes enables ‘sticky’ situations (like personal grievances, disciplinaries and restructures) to be resolved quickly and effectively.​​

Areas of expertise

  • •     Collective bargaining
  • •     ​Disciplinary investigations
  • •     ​Employee leave
  • •     Performance management                       
  • •     Personal grievances  


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