Tiger’s Q2 market update

High angle shot of a group of businesspeople using their digital tablets


In Q2, the candidate-short climate certainly influenced hiring managers’ decisions to enlist Tiger in their quest to find high-quality talent. Our permanent placement numbers have increased by 25%, while international placements are up 5% from the beginning of the year. Data shows that, on the candidates’ side, they’re leaving their roles due to feelings of being undervalued and wavering career progression opportunities. Now, more than ever, it is important for employers to focus on clear career progression and engagement of staff.

The infographic below highlights some of the key findings from the past three months.

Infographic for Q2 quarterly update

Author David Morel Tiger Recruitment Team

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