Candidates

  • Why temping could be your best career move yet

    When you think about your career, temporary work probably isn’t the first thing that springs to mind as an avenue that will lead you to your dream role. In reality though, it can provide great in-roads into incredible careers you may not have even …

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  • Does your business suffer from presenteeism?

    According to a new report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), an estimated 137 million working days were lost due to sickness or injury in the UK in 2016. This equated to approximately 4.3 days per worker which is the lowest recorded number …

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  • Five inside secrets from our star housekeeper candidates

    Tiger Private regularly meets some incredibly talented candidates. Their skills are vast and wide-ranging. We meet Private PAs who can secure 7* private travel deals for free, chauffeurs who can navigate their way around several cities around the world, …

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  • The pros and cons of a career in financial services

    The financial services industry is one of the most important to the UK, and in turn, jobs within financial services have increased significantly over the past few years. There are 2 million financial services employees employed in the UK, and 665,700 of …

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  • So you want to be a Private PA?

    The recent addition of Tiger Private has allowed us the resource to focus exclusively on the recruitment of Private staff and Private PAs, while our Business Support division can continue to recruit professional PAs and EAs into businesses. We often …

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  • How to excel in a Skype interview

    Skype interviews are becoming a more common and acceptable practice in contemporary hiring processes, and are even a go-to first choice in some instances - especially at first-stage interview. Using Skype, as opposed to the telephone, is a preference …

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  • Is three months’ notice a good or bad thing?

    Increasingly, employers are putting their administrative staff on three months’ notice as opposed to one months’ notice. The motivation behind this is partly a reaction to the evolution of the PA role, and partly a fear of being ‘left …

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  • A day in the life of a City PA

    We meet several PAs on a day-to-day basis. City PAs are particularly unique and we love to hear about the diversity of their roles from one day to the next. We asked one of our star Candidates, Lucy [1], about a typical day for her in the City. 6am: …

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  • Five steps to creating the perfect graduate CV

    When you’re fresh out of university with just a handful of summer placements and a weighty dissertation under your belt, it can sometimes be unclear to know what to include within the content of your CV. Which details would potential employers be …

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