About Ghana Employers’ Association

Who we are 

The Ghana Employers’ Association (GEA) is a national Employers’ Organisation whose membership comprises enterprises operating in all sectors of the economy. After independence in 1957, workers were organised under a central trade union and given powers under the Industrial Relations Act, 1958 to negotiate, enforce collective agreements, and defend their interests in all establishments. It therefore became not only logical but also imperative that employers should come together to enhance and protect their interests as well as provide a forum for consultation among themselves and share experiences, hence the GEA was formed in 1959.

Our Principal Officers

The cause of this association is spearheaded by a team of highly skilled and competent individuals. Below are the list of the association’s principal officers.

Mr. Daniel Acheampong

(CEO, Volta Aluminium Company Limited)

Mr. Emmanuel Adu-Sarkodie
1st Vice President
(Executive Chairman, CDH Financial Holdings)

Mrs. Victoria Hajar

2nd Vice President
(MD, Biney Medical Centre)

Dr. Aboasu Amponsah-Kodua
(CEO, Aspee Pharmaceuticals Ltd)

Mr. Alex Frimpong

Latest News

Check out our latest blog posts for employers and HR Managers

The passage of RTI Bill will foster a culture of transparency and accountability that is needed for effective operation of the public and private sectors of the economy in general, GEA

Parliament has finally approved the Right to Information (RTI) Bill after two decades. The Bill which was passed after its third reading on Tuesday, March 26, will now await Presidential[…]

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March 27, 2019


A new study finds that innovation and flexibility are needed in the face of major changes affecting the way businesses around the world operate.

Business models worldwide are changing rapidly and radically, creating a need for policy-makers, businesses and employers’ organizations to innovate, adjust and become more flexible, according to new study. The skills[…]

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March 27, 2019


Ghana to end the importation of tomato and cut down imports of rice by 50 per cent in 2019

Ministry of Food and Agriculture says it is looking to end the importation of tomato and cut down imports of rice by 50 per cent this year. Records from the[…]

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March 27, 2019


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