White-Collar Temporary and Permanent Recruitment Agency

Greys Recruitment Agency South Africa

Rooted firmly in the solid foundation of the Measured Ability Group of Companies, Greys Recruitment has been trusted as an industry leader in the permanent recruitment sector for over 40 years.

40 years recruiting across the employment spectrum both nationally and internationally; earning Greys Recruitment a reputation as Cape Town’s leading Recruitment Agency.

Sourcing the best candidates online through the implementation of cutting-edge digital channels, SEO practices and Push & Retrieval Technology.

Cultivating long-term relationships with clients and candidates alike, obtaining the closest fit between organisation and employee with every placement.

Fostering a vast pool of middle and executive management candidates in Cape Town ensures that only the most suitable professionals are considered.

A preferred staffing supplier of blue-chip corporates across the Western Cape, specialising in white-collar permanent and temporary recruitment.

Exponential growth over four decades owing to a cross-border team of consultants at the forefront of the industry.

In excess of 12 000 worldwide payroll transactions administered monthly by our in-house specialists.

Visit our recruitment head office in Durban here.

An extensive network of regional offices empower us to operate with unmatched efficiency both nationally and internationally.

Cape Town Office:

Unit 303

De Tijger Office Park

59 Hannes Louw Drive

Parow North

Phone: 021 828 7000

[email protected]

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What is UIF?

UIF is an abbreviation for the South African Unemployment Insurance Fund. Employees who become unemployed due to a variety of reasons may claim for a portion of their salaries to be paid to them for a pre-determined period of time whilst they look for alternate employment.

What are the requirements for a UIF claim?

In order to be eligible you must have contributed to the UIF while you were working. You cannot claim if you have resigned, been suspended or absconded from work. You must register as a work seeker and claim your UIF benefits within 6 months of termination of your employment.

Must my employer pay UIF for me?

Employers must deduct 1% of their employees gross monthly salary and pay this, together with 1% from themselves, to the UIF.

What is workman’s compensation?

Workers’ Compensation is a fund that provides compensation for workers who get hurt at work, or sick from diseases contracted at work, or for death as a result of these injuries or diseases.

Must my employer have workman’s compensation cover?


All employers must register with the Workmen’s Compensation Fund so that their workers can claim compensation for occupational injuries and diseases.

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