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In 2010 the Sugarman Group entered its 25th year of recruiting.

Over this time we have grown to become a dedicated international recruiter & supporter of qualified frontline professionals who support vulnerable groups.

Honesty, sector expertise, proactivity & a rigorous adherence to compliance form the cornerstones of our service – both nationally & internationally.

Our clearly defined specialist brands compete vigorously within their specific sectors for both clients & candidates. However, whilst each steadily continues to grow, sector domination or to claim to be “the biggest” is not a goal! - Instead, we are motivated by continuing to provide our clients & candidates with the most positive & motivational experience when choosing to partner with us. Through achieving this, we will continue to grow!

With the average Recruitment & Employment Confederation member comprising of less than 9 employees, as we approach the recruitment of our 50th colleague, we are a recruiter of considerable size, with disproportionately high levels of ability due to the high caliber of our colleagues.

As a wholly owned family business we remain fiercely independent. This enables us to maintain the levels of flexibility, personalisation & effectiveness our clients demand & enjoy.

We look forward to demonstrating our service to you.






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