Employment

  • Dealing with debt: confronting a CCJ

      If you’ve ever taken out a loan and not paid it back within the designated timeframe, or haven’t paid a few parking fines, there’s a high chance you’ve been issued with a county court judgement (CCJ). This court order …

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  • The Four 'P's of Chauffeuring

    The chauffeur role is a lot more complex than just driving a car. From knowing the local area like the back of their hand to assisting clients with any last-minute tasks, drivers are an integral part of private households. But just what makes a …

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  • Reporting Harassment: Strategies and Resources

    When the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke in October 2017, it triggered a revolution of sorts, throwing the spotlight on incidences of assault and harassment across not only Hollywood but every professional industry.  Five months on, a host of …

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  • How to be productive between Christmas and New Year’s

    If you’re one of the few professionals who find themselves commuting to work on December 27, finding a positive spin on your situation may seem almost impossible. However, as stormy as the cloud may appear, there are plenty of silver linings to …

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  • The Benefits of Hiring a Boomerang

    With a low employment rate but an ever-increasing number of vacancies, finding the right talent in today’s market is becoming harder than ever. This, coupled with the millennial tendency to jump around between companies and roles, has led to the …

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  • How to Clean Your Social Media for the Job Hunt

    In the age of Facebook statuses, Instagram selfies and Twitter rants, maintaining a clean social media presence can be harder than first thought. However, when it comes to the recruitment process, it’s essential that your online presence …

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  • Five Recruitment Lessons from 2017

    As the year at Tiger comes to a close, we're taking the time to look back at the year that was, reflecting on the big moves and shakes within the industry. From the focus on work-life balance to the looming GPDR, here are just five of the things we've …

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  • How to hire employees who will stand the test of time

    As the number of millennials entering the workforce continues to increase, the traditional rules around workplace operations are slowly disintegrating, encouraged by a generation that wants more flexibility, an even work-life balance and a sense of …

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  • Four innovative ways to expand your talent pool

    The UK’s unemployment rate is the lowest it has been in 42 years. So it stands to reason that, increasingly, organisations are finding it difficult to attract the right calibre of candidates because they are fighting over the same pool of talent. …

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