The Federation of Swaziland Employers and Chamber of Commerce (FSE&CC) is an employer and business organisation that is recognised by businesses, organised labour, government and the international community. As the voice of business in Swaziland, the objectives of the organisation are:
Founded in 2003 as a result of a merger, the Federation of Swaziland Employers and Chamber of Commerce offers a wide range of products and services specifically designed to deliver sophisticated business development solutions to corporate Swaziland. Other services provided include consultation and advice on industrial relations and other legal matters, employment issues, trade facilitation, training, occupational health and safety, publications and research, and representation on statutory and non-statutory bodies. The organisation has been quite successful in the delivery of training and development solutions to a wide array of companies and organisations, and in developing applied business research solutions in the fields of marketing, human resource management and strategic management. Services Provided·
In fulfilling its mandate the organisation’s core functions are advocacy, representation and providing both free and user pay services. It also facilitates business linkages with investors from other countries and attends to trade enquiries from the business community. It has regular contact with the media, local and international employers and labour organisations, regional and international chambers of commerce, and foreign governments through the diplomatic missions in the country. Affiliation to regional, continental and international organisations has widened the networks and the FSE&CC is an active member of the SADC Employers Group; East, Central and Southern African Employers Group; Pan African Employers Confederation; SADC Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry and the International Organisation of Employers.
The FSE&CC represents close to 80% of all big business in Swaziland.
1.Advocate,represent and deliver useful services to members.
2. Engage with stakeholders to influence policy for a conducive business environment