GREYS RECRUITMENT AGENCY JOHANNESBURG

White-Collar Temporary and Permanent Recruitment Agency

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 Johannesburg’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 Johannesburg ensures that only the most suitable professionals are considered.

A preferred staffing supplier of blue-chip corporates across Gauteng, 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.

Johannesburg Office:

No. 8, 11th Avenue,
Houghton Estate,
Johannesburg,
2198

Phone: 011 447 5582

jhb@masa.co.za

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Can I rent admin staff from a temporary employment service?

Yes you can.

What are Payroll Services?

Payroll services are companies that specialise in the payroll process which is the payment of remuneration to staff.  They companies offer their services to organisations who may prefer to outsource this function. A Company that offers payroll services will be a specialist in all aspects of the payroll process.

What is the CCMA?

CCMA stands for Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration.

What is a strike?

The Labour Relations Act defines a strike as “the partial or complete refusal to work, or the obstruction of work by persons, for the purpose of remedying a grievance or resolving a dispute in respect of any matter of mutual interest between employer and employee”.

Is there a difference between a legal and an illegal strike?

Yes, there is. An illegal strike is known as an unprotected strike and it is a refusal to work by an employee or group or employees who have made the decision, without consulting any authority to strike. These employees risk dismissal as their actions are not protected under the CCMA. A legal strike is known as a protected strike and complies with the requirements set out in the Labour Relations Act. This takes place when an employee or group of employees attempts consultation and conciliation at CCMA to settle their disputes. If they are unsuccessful with this, the CCMA issues a certificate that a dispute is unresolved and may then give their employer 48 hours’ notice of their intension to strike and the setting of picketing rules between the parties commences. Employees may not be dismissed under a protected strike as their right to strike is protected. However, in both instances’ employees will not be paid for time they do not work.