• Our team of passionate recruitment consultants are committed to providing you with quality candidates, through understanding your business and unique staffing requirements – so there is no time wasting on your side.
  • We have access to many of the major recruitment databases in South Africa as well as our own database and network, which has been developed over nearly 30 years.
  • We advertise across numerous platforms – casting our recruitment net wide.
  • We stay relevant and continually adjust our advertising and search techniques in order to adapt and adjust to changing market and business needs.
  • We conduct thorough interviews with candidates, ensuring they meet your requirements.
  • We do in-depth reference checks on applicants.
  • We consult with you and maintain regular contact with you throughout the hiring process providing on-going feedback on developments or pertinent findings relevant to your unique hiring experience.

We recruit for skilled permanent, salaried staff across all industries and areas in South Africa.  The positions we recruit for include Executives, Middle-management, recent graduates and entry level.

We are a Durban based Recruitment Agency with many clients having a National footprint and as a result we also recruit in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.

Some of the industries that we recruit for include: Retail, Clothing, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, IT, Administration, Finance & Accounting, Marketing including Digital Marketing, Advertising and Social Media to name a few.

Absolutely. During the guarantee period, we will follow-up with you and the candidate to ensure a smooth transition and pre-empt any problems.  We encourage you to discuss any issues you might have and will try and assist in whatever way possible to resolve the situation. This may involve discussing the matter with the employee or giving you advice as to how best to deal with the matter. Any decision or action to be taken regarding an employee is obviously the employer’s duty in terms of legislation.

There are a number of reasons why it is not ideal to do this:

  • Many of the best candidates are already employed on a permanent basis and would not move from a permanent to a temporary position or even apply for such a position.
  • If you employ someone on a temporary basis when they are looking for a permanent job they most likely will continue looking for a permanent job as you are not offering them the job security they seek. 
  • The employee may view this as you not having confidence in them and as a result may feel insecure from the start.
  • Legally, an employer cannot use a temporary contract to avoid the requirements attached to a probationary period in terms of legislation.


Rather than employ someone on a temporary basis to try them out, we recommend that you appoint them on a permanent contract with a probationary period of 3 months.