Employers

  • How work perks influence a candidate's decision to take a role

    Thomson Reuters approached Tiger to provide comment on unusual work perks and the influence workplace benefits can have on a candidate’s decision to take a role. You can view the video below, and I’ve also shared some further thoughts on …

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  • How work perks can give you the edge over your competition

    This week, journalists from Thomson Reuters interviewed me about unusual work perks and the influence workplace benefits can have on swaying a candidate’s decision to take a role. As it’s a topic high on the HR agenda, I thought I’d …

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  • Five foods to boost your productivity at work

    As summer grudgingly creeps in and we start to lose the layers, many of us are equally becoming more conscious of the coinciding bikini season. But starving ourselves for the sake of losing a few pounds in the short-term does awful things to our bodies …

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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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  • Is a stable team always a good thing?

    The UK and global political climates and economies have seen extensive changes and many surprises in the last decade. For many, that means job security is all the more important. The latest development in the UK is Theresa May’s calling for a & …

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  • Four reasons why diverse hiring is better for us all

    Diversity is no longer a buzzword. It’s business-critical.  Most of us would agree that diverse hiring is a positive thing for the economy, however, it goes without saying that for many, it’s still a highly contentious topic. Hiring …

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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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  • Five secrets to winning over your chosen Candidate

    In a buoyant market, we all know how much more difficult it becomes to secure a brilliant Candidate. To ensure you win the affections of your chosen star, stick to these five rules: 1. Become an employer of choice Becoming an employer of choice is as …

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  • 5 signs an employee is quitting

    As the year draws to a close, for many it’s a time that signifies the natural completion of one chapter and the fresh start of another. If your employees are considering pastures new, there should be some tell-tale signs you can read in advance. …

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