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Sanderson Recruitment Plc posts Record Sales Figures

Sanderson Recruitment Plc posts Record Sales Figures
 
Sanderson Recruitment Plc has posted record sales figures during the first quarter of 2011 in a time when many other recruitment businesses are feeling the pinch.
 
Despite operating in a recessive market, the established recruitment provider managed to grow sales by significant margins across both contract and permanent markets - the contract team alone posted the highest ever number of new placements this month.
 
With a proven reputation for delivering resource within the IT, Finance and Business Change industries, Sanderson Recruitment Plc has been developing team of expert consultants specialising in several new emerging market sectors, including HR, Procurement, and Marketing and Communications. The organisation has also invested heavily in comprehensive candidate care programmes, resulting in contract wins with several high profile organisations.
 
Managing Director of Sanderson Recruitment Plc, Nick Walrond said: We are immensely pleased with the sales figures for this quarter. Whilst some people are talking about a slowdown, Sanderson is actually bucking the trend!
This success is a tribute to our dedicated and talented staff, who are experts in their individual market sectors, and work hard to deliver the right candidates and provide an excellent client service. We are very grateful to them for all their hard work.
 
Our group organisation RSG has been growing year on year, and we hope that after this strong start to 2011, the upward trend will continue and we will be able to report another step up in growth at the end of the financial year.
 
Sanderson Recruitment Plc is a wholly owned subsidiary of Resource Solutions Group Plc (RSG), an experienced provider of recruitment and resourcing solutions that has been in the industry for over 35 years.
Resource Solutions Group Plc (RSG) is in the top 10% of financially sound recruitment businesses, having bounced back from the recession to significantly grow gross profit during 2010.

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