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The great resignation: Should I make a counter offer to an employee who has resigned?

They’re calling it the Great Resignation, but when you’re an employer, there’s nothing great about it. In the U.S, the U.K. and elsewhere, businesses are losing staff in record numbers. Some employees are leaving to pursue new career adventures, driven by the pandemic to shake up their lives. Others have perhaps been considering a move

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The benefits of flexible working

Tiger hosted a roundtable discussion surrounding the implementation, benefits and challenges of flexible working in September 2019. The participants were HR professionals from a range of industries and companies, and the event brought up some interesting benefits for both employees and employers. Every participant was at a different stage of introducing flexible working into their

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Tiger HR Tales: podcast for HR professionals

Lead Consultant for Tiger HR, Aseel Ibrahim, records a monthly HR podcast to provide guidance on topical issues for human resources staff. Aseel, as a CIPD Level Five certified HR recruiter, brings her own knowledge, wit and humour to her conversations with her guests, inviting them to share their stories and reveal their insights to

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Supporting your working and return-to-work parents

The pandemic has affected all of us in different ways, but working parents have faced a particularly difficult challenge. With schools closed for much of last year and many employees working from home, the pandemic exacerbated many existing inequalities as parents, particularly women, were forced to take on caring responsibilities alongside their workload. Without support

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Watch: Improving employees’ mental health remotely

I hosted a webinar with three mental health specialists – Jo Yarker from Affinity Health at Work[1], Business Psychologist Julie Osborn[2] and Ruth Cooper-Dickson from Champs Consulting[3] – who offered their tips for employers managing employees’ mental health during the pandemic. They cover: Tips for managers in looking after their own mental health The importance

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‘Are you okay?’: Addressing mental health at work

If someone ever hobbled into the office on crutches, leg wrapped in a cast, no-one would hesitate to ask, ‘are you okay?’. However, if a colleague started to act out of the ordinary, perhaps becoming more tearful, irritable or angry, or their productivity started to drop, would you ask the same question? With the stigma

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Re-designing diversity: from shortfalls to success

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace Diversity continues to be one of the most salient issues for hiring managers and leadership teams. With very little empirical evidence to suggest a series of best practices, it is a challenge that requires serious investment, with ongoing research, experimentation and feedback. Table of contents What is diversity and

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