Welcome to E For Exec
The Firm is a unique concept.
The only one of its kind as a matter of fact.
Offering a truly personalised range of services related to HR in general and to choice partners in particular.
At E for Exec, we strongly believe in putting our partners' needs (that's you) above everything else. Our approach is geared to making sure YOU are given the best possible assistance and all the attention YOU demand and deserve in an impeccable professional manner.
E for Exec is to Human Resources what private banking is to a general bank. We are at the forefront of the evolution of our industry, operating only at seniority level, catering to your very unique personal needs and goals using the best technology available.
Creating a wide ranging network of partners / experts / associates / candidates / coaches, we strive to offer a seamless stream of available information about people, methods, and management. We are a local South African company and we have enormous global capabilities.
IOC Athletes’ Commission member and Olympian Kirsty Coventry takes us behind the scenes at the 8th IOC Athlete Career Programme (ACP) Forum in Beijing to highlight how the IOC and The Adecco Group are committed to helping athletes make a smooth career transition
Seven-time Olympic swimming medallist Kirsty Coventry is quite familiar with rising to the occasion in Beijing
How many times have you applied for a job and then never heard back from the potential employer? Applying for a job certainly does not guarantee anyone an actual interview. That has never been truer than it is today, an era where candidates face increasing challenges to get noticed and be selected for an interview.
E for Exec Team, Tracy Hardy and Puvasha Thevan had the honour to support the IOC - E for Exec Athlete Career Programme in Botswana and Zimbabwe in 2016. We touched the lives of over 50 Athletes with Career Transition Workshops designed to assist Athletes to transition from sport to the world of work. We look forward to supporting our South African Athletes in the same manner during early 2017.
Paralympian continues to inspire long after leaving the court