Corporate Workplace Solutions Group


We invite you to consider our company as a strategic partner to your business success!


CWS Group stands for Corporate Workplace Solutions. Products and services are tailored to the needs of EMPLOYERS and are geared to provide the 21st century business enterprise with solutions to a range of workplace challenges.

Labour Law

Our services specialize in labour law. This division is a well established business being in the industry for 27 years.

Payroll Solutions

Our services offer a comprehensive solution to the management of payroll requirements of businesses who prefer to outsource their payroll.

Employment Equity

We offer a range of services directed at equipping businesses with the tools and resources to ultimately attain their organisational goals.

Skills Training and Development

We are currently affliated with all 23 SETA’s, QCTO and DHET in South Africa.

Health and Safety

A leader in occupational health and safety, we offer professional products and services in key areas of health and safety.

Financial Services

In an ever-changing world filled with conflicting information, uncertainty, and risk, you need a sound financial plan now more than ever.

Other Services

  • Accessing DTI Grants
  • B-BBEE Services

Why Choose CWS ?

At the CWS Group we recognize that with diverse applications and platforms, increasing volumes of ad-hoc activities and constantly changing business needs, it is a challenge to manage enterprise-wide production and service environments efficiently.
Our services are designed to make a positive contribution to your overall management excellence, quality in the workplace and profitability.


CWS Group is a B-BBEE (Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment) certified company. We are proud to be a South African company. 

One Stop Shop

Our services are designed to provide a “one stop shop” for all your legislative reporting requirments, your training needs and your employee wellness.

Contact Us

Head Office:

Telephone: 033 345 5544


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