Rebecca Siciliano

Rebecca Siciliano

Managing Director


With over fifteen years’ experience recruiting support staff, Rebecca’s expertise and naturally engaging character make her an invaluable and leading member of the Tiger team. As both Managing Director and Head of the Temporary Team in the West End, she is known for her diligent and agile working style. Her intuition plays a key role in aligning cultural fit and comes from many years’ experience recruiting a variety of temp, contract and interim business support and administrative roles in a wide range of different business environments.

Today, Rebecca is the trusted recruitment partner to some of London’s premium blue-chip companies. From private equity firms through to creative companies, tech firms to professional services – Rebecca’s consistency, professionalism and sparky sense of humour ensures a smooth and successful recruitment process with minimum fuss.

What makes you fiercely distinctive?

My secret arancini recipe and a (close to) photographic memory!

Latest Insights by Rebecca Siciliano

Attracting and retaining Gen Z

For a company to remain competitive, they need a steady flow of diverse people to bring new ideas and inspire innovation. As the most digitally native generation in an overwhelmingly digital world, Gen Z employees (those born between 1997 and 2012) are a vital component of any company’s workforce. However, their distinct attitudes towards work

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Gamification in HR

Engaging, motivating, and training employees are considered core goals for HR teams. Likewise, distinguishing and engaging candidates to reveal the best talent is an ongoing objective for talent acquisition teams. Gamification can help with all these and more, to deliver results, create momentum, and drive engagement and learning in both existing and prospective employees. We’ve

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From the Tiger’s Mouth: podcast for HR professionals

Welcome to From the Tiger’s Mouth! Tiger Recruitment’s podcast series is the number one place for workplace insights, thought leadership and topical issues across the global job market. In each episode, we’ll be inviting an expert guest to share their thoughts and advice within their professional field. Whether you’re looking to reinvent the way you

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Four steps to writing a personal assistant cover letter

When applying for a PA job, you should use every tool at your disposal to make the strongest case possible for yourself. The first and most important step should be an up-to-date and compelling personal assistant CV, but don’t neglect the icing on the cake – a personal assistant cover letter. Cover letters are not

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Five personal assistant skills you need to succeed

When it comes to understanding how to be a good PA, it’s one thing learning about the tasks of a personal assistant, but it you want to thrive in the role, you’ll need a firm grasp of the top PA skills that support those tasks. These range from administrative to time-management and interpersonal skills. Assessing

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What is quiet quitting? The quiet trend with a lot of noise

Table of contents What is quiet quitting? Hustle culture backlash Work-life balance How to retain talent Quiet firing and quiet quitting, which came first? Why you shouldn’t stay silent about quiet quitting What is quiet quitting? On the surface, ‘quiet quitting’ may seem to be an overplayed talking point in the echo chamber of social

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