Worldwide Staffing

3rd April 2024
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Highlighting the indispensable role of Temporary Employment Services (TES) in today’s ever-changing work environment. Sliep emphasized the economic impracticality of maintaining a permanent workforce, especially when faced with fluctuating demand. In today’s fast-paced business environment, companies, especially those operating in sectors like e-commerce, grapple with the challenge of rapidly scaling their workforce to meet fluctuating

7th March 2024
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By Quintus Sliep, Managing Director of Worldwide Staffing South Africa has one of the highest unemployment rates in the world, including a staggering number of unemployed youths, which has resulted from a combination of various factors. From global uncertainty and an economic downturn to a growing mismatch between skills and demand, our unemployment rate continues

18th December 2023
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By Quintus Sliep, Managing Director of Worldwide Staffing As the festive season approaches, the demand for goods surges, putting immense pressure on supply chains. The intricacies of container and warehousing logistics, exacerbated by external factors like fuel costs, infrastructure challenges, staff shortages and load shedding, emphasise the need for a flexible workforce to optimise efficiency.

30th October 2023
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By Quintus Sliep, Managing Director of Worldwide Staffing South Africa’s freight and logistics sector faces multiple challenges, many of them a result of macroeconomic factors that industry players have little to no control over. Yet the industry is also poised for significant growth thanks to the boom in online shopping. To leverage this opportunity, it

23rd June 2023
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By Quintus Sliep, Managing Director at Worldwide Staffing Finding stable, permanent employment can be a challenging and stressful journey for job seekers, consuming valuable time, and resources. Unfortunately, even after successfully landing a job, some employees discover that they do not quite fit the company’s culture. This mismatch leads to resignations, resulting in wasted time

14th June 2023
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By Quintus Sliep, Managing Director at Worldwide Staffing South Africa has one of the highest youth unemployment rates in the world. In the first quarter of 2023, the unemployment rate for people aged 25-34 was 39.1%, which means that for every 100 young people in this age group, only 61 are employed. Such a staggering unemployment

7th June 2023
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By Quintus Sliep, Managing Director at Worldwide Staffing Temporary Employment Services (TES) providers offer a multitude of benefits for employees and employers alike. From an employee’s perspective, TES gives individuals the advantages of flexibility, greater career advancement opportunities, the ability to engage in short-term commitments as well as the opportunity to earn an income when

7th February 2023
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By Tania Govender, Sales Director at Worldwide Staffing The National Minimum Wage (NMW) is reviewed each year and increased to try and improve the standardisation of income-earning potential among workers. While this benefits millions of people, it can significantly impact business operations, given that labour cost is the highest overhead cost for most companies. To

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