Your employees are technical. Your recruiter should be too.

Hiring technical teams is tough, but if you don't understand the technology behind the positions you're hiring for, it's virtually impossible to hire successfully. That's why all Sage employees are personally trained in technology by Toronto tech leaders. Our list of trainers includes Mark Frederiksen from Nulogy, Edmond Lau from Dealtap, Bitmaker Labs and Ladies Learning Code. By grasping technical concepts we have developed a better understanding of the jobs and find better candidates, every time.

Ethical Recruitment:

Ethics in recruitment come first at Sage. We operate with transparency in everything we do, which means we won't lie to you about anything (not even the small stuff). It also means we take the time to get to know you so that we're sure it's a match. Finally, it means we spend ample time researching, testing and doing reference and background checks. This is what you pay for, so come see what it's like to work with Sage!


We are the most technical recruitment company in Toronto. Our understanding of technology is built by personalized technical training, asking the right questions, technical testing and more!


We take a personalized approach to business, which means we research before a call, never mass mail, meet everyone in person and ensure consistent communication throughout the entire process.


We are always seeking a better understanding of our clients, candidates and the jobs we work on. We ask questions that go deeper into the backgrounds of our candidates and the cultures of our clients.


Meet our talented team of passionate technical recruiters!

Ashley Alfred


Mark Frederiksen

Technical Advisor

Maddy Martin

Executive Assistant and Account Manager

Interested in joining our team?

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