Dale Farrar
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Dale Farrar

Public Service Commission / Te Kawa Mataaho

Deputy commissioner, workforce, employment and equity

Career

New Zealand Dairy Board
Global Human Resources Planning Manager
Sep 2000 - Nov 2001
Fonterra
Global Director Human Resources, Consumer Buisness
Nov 2001 - Jun 2004
Ministry of Social Development / Te Manatū Whakahiato Ora
General Manager Human Resources
Jul 2004 - Jul 2010
Fisher & Paykel Appliances
Executive Vice President HR
Jul 2010 - Jun 2017
Public Service Commission / Te Kawa Mataaho
Deputy Commissioner, Workforce, Employment Relations, and Equity
Jun 2017 - Present

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