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Client Compliment

We would like to express our appreciation and thank you for assisting us, in substantially reducing the vacancies since February 2012.

We truly value the professional business relationship that has been developed with yourselves.  


Hayley, I would like to say a big thank you to both you and Elite for your professionalism, continual advise and input during this whole application process which took us right to the winning post.


Happy Candidate

Bronwen Believe me when I say that you are doing much more than just "your job".
I see it in your emails and communications with me and I hear it in your voice when we chat.
Great Positive Energy:-)

Impressed Candidate

Hayley and Bronwen thank you for all the reassurance along the way, I have been nothing less than impressed with the Elite team.

You are all incredible!


Thank You

Hi Monique,

I would like to just say thank you so much for everything you and your company has done for me during my job hunting time,you always availed yourself to answer and support me during the process.I know I was a pain at times but your professionalism was always so comforting.What you have done for me was extra special and I don’t think you can imagine the impact this new job will bring to my family,I hope you can continue to assist more people the way you did for me.



Delighted Candidate

Hi Natasha, I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for this opportunity. I am so happy here and the team/company is amazing. Somehow this was a perfect fit and has exceeded all my expectations thus far.

Again thank you very much with all your help on this journey and giving me this opportunity.

- Rhijnhardt

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Job Tips

Calling in sick – Do’s and don’ts

Need to call in sick? There are right and wrong ways to let your boss know you’re a no-show.
Most people instinctively know the best way to communicate with their particular supervisor and workplace. But if your illness has caused a sudden loss of common sense, follow these tips compiled from human resources experts and other sources:
° Do speak to your supervisor directly, if possible. Sending an email or SMS is a tip off of possible fakery.
° Don’t attempt to fake sounding ill by using the old tricks: speaking on the phone while lying in bed or bent over the toilet. Remember, if you were an actor, you’d be in Hollywood.
° Do call in as early in the day as possible to give your supervisor time to plan the day without you.
° Don’t give your supervisor all the gory details of your illness, pain and suffering. It smacks of exaggeration. Make the call short and to the point.
° Do make the call yourself. Don’t have your spouse, child or – worse – mother make the call for you unless you are hospitalized and intubated. Be a grown up.
° Do apologise for the inconvenience to your employer.
° Don’t call from a bar, restaurant, a rugby game, airport or other questionable venue.
° Do call in sick when you’re feeling miserable, need to see a doctor, are contagious or can’t think straight. Don’t go to work looking like a walking carcass.
° Do get a doctor’s note if your illness requires medical treatment and a specified length of time off. (For many companies, a doctor’s note is needed for two days’ off or more.)
° Don’t use “feminine problems” as an excuse – especially if you’re not a woman.
° Don’t tell your boss you’ll try to be there after lunch. It won’t happen.
° Do know how your supervisor feels about employee’s taking sick days.
° Don’t call in sick on too many Monday’s and Fridays. It will damage your credibility.