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The Bagg Group

The Bagg Group

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372 Bay St, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 2W9, Canada
(416) 863-1800 www.bagg.com
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May 6, 2019
Cynthia Gray is a very professional, well-informed, and dedicated recruitment consultant who I have had the pleasure of working with for over two years now. Cynthia has placed me in many solid roles with top organizations in Toronto and has been very supportive of my professional development. I have worked with many recruitment agencies and consultants in Toronto, and Cynthia easily stands out for me as the most genuine, diligent, and tenacious consultant I've worked with in the city. I highly recommend anyone to work with her. You'll be treated respectfully and well taken care of.

May 6, 2019
I highly recommend the Bagg Group mainly because of my interaction with my Staffing Manager. Cynthia Gray assumes the responsibility of influencing managers and other process owners in order to ensure that the desired results are achieved for all involved. In the three years that I have being working with her, Cynthia’s professionalism, attentiveness, strong business ethics and ability to drive positive change continues to be impressively splendid.

Mar 19, 2019
I have been with The Bagg Group for over a year and it is one of the best companies I have worked for. Amazing culture, great people, good pay, and awesome management.Thank you for the opportunity to be part of your team.Huge Thank you to Arlen for all the support and help. Thank you to all appreciate you

Apr 11, 2019
Below Average Recruiting company. You could have all the experience in the world but someone with no experience could be getting paid more for doing exactly the same job as you. Very unfair system they have going and most of the jobs don't give you opportunities to get a permanent position. I would definitely recommend looking at other recruiters before looking at these.

Jun 5, 2019
If I could I would have picked a zero. Such an unprofessional organization the left hand truly doesn't know what the right hand is doing. My first impression should have sounded off alarm bells when my interviewer left the room to take a phonecall very unprofessional. Managers get upset if you question anything and they operate strictly on a favouritism system, I was fired after being accused of time theft which their favourite staff are allowed to get away with endlessly. The actual reason I was fired was they were scared I'd reveal their treatment they imposed after I revealed my mental health issues of depression and anxiety and that took them 3 months to look into. If you need a job dont go there you yourself deserve better as a human being

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