Find Human Resources expertise in Grenada

Grenada’s official language is English and in 2006 their adult literacy rate was approximately 96 per cent. The labour force in Grenada is estimated at approximately 47,581 (2008). A labour force survey classified the majority of Grenada’s work force as being involved in craft work, with around 20 per cent of the population working in the sector (1998). Other sectors employing a majority of the work force were elementary occupations, workers and shop or market workers, skilled agricultural and fishery workers, and technicians and associate professionals.  The national rate of unemployment is approximately 18.5 per cent (2005). There is only one prominent employment agency in Grenada, the Secretarial and Recruitment service. Grenada has two general human resources training and development agencies; these are 3J Cares and La Touche & La Touche. There are also three computer training companies, including Comserv, Innovative Computer Cafe and Computer Visioneers.

The Immigration and Passport Department, part of the Royal Grenada Police Force, controls the movement of people in and out of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Anyone entering the country is required to produce a passport and immigration card, along with a valid return travel ticket at the immigration desk. Permanent residency can be applied for after residing in Grenada for a minimum of two years. Application forms are available from the Prime Ministers Ministry in the Ministerial Complex and must be signed by a Justice of the Peace or a Notary Public. Applications for Grenadian Citizenship are regulated by the Grenadian Citizenship Act of 1976.  A person can apply for Grenadian Citizenship if they have Grenadian parentage, are married to Grenadian, or if they are a permanent resident and have been living in Grenada for over five years. 

Human Resources organisations in Grenada
Ministry of Labour