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Stepping Stones

02 July 2021

SteppingStones is an award-winning professional services organisation headquartered in the Cayman Islands specialising in permanent and temporary placement opportunities.

Established in 2005, SteppingStones has achieved Investor in People Gold, Investor in People Platinum and has been named as a World’s Top Employer building a solid reputation as a respected, genuine, and valued service provider in the Cayman Islands.

Our dedicated Recruiters bring over 50 years collective knowledge and experience finding, placing, and establishing professional careers. Working collaboratively and confidentially, we are committed to identifying and securing the right career opportunities for our candidates and securing the best talent for our clients. We cement successful, long-lasting professional relationships and pride ourselves on offering a world class standard of customer service.

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