Isilumko Staffing is a black owned small to medium sized company committed to delivering the best service to our clients and candidates. We have been successfully trading since 1992 and have access to an exclusive national student and graduate database; and our attitude based assessment tool - the LMNOP rainbow model, ensures we fill our client’s positions with staff possessing the right skills, professionalism and approach.
We specialize in staffing entry level white collar positions in call centre, administration, back office and sales departments. Our expertise lies in the Financial Services, Retail and Telecommunications industries. We also boast a specialist financial recruitment business unit, Isilumko Accountants, which recruits primarily executive and management level roles.
Our dedication to maintaining a non-hierarchical culture, with top management running key accounts, yields results. We tailor solutions for each of our clients’ to realize their objectives and look forward to doing the same for you.
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Career Tips - The art of time management
The key to good time management is to understand how you are currently using - and wasting - your time. Take a look at your previous week's calendar: What did you spend your time and efforts on?
Focus on redefining your relationships
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Make a list of all your responsibilities and deadlines. Try to differentiate between what is important and what is not, what is urgent and what can wait for later. What needs to be done today?
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