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The secret to preparing for behavioural interview questions

As we know, preparing for an interview is essential. It has a direct result in both your confidence and competence and ultimately, your performance. With competition for jobs on the increase, it makes sense to ensure you prepare for the different types of questions an interviewer may ask. Among these, behavioural interview questions are crucial

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The future of work after COVID-19

Given the massive transition COVID-19 triggered in businesses around the world, it’s no surprise that almost all existing rules were thrown out the window overnight. Since March 2020, companies have navigated through extreme uncertainty and adapt the best they can. To make sense of this new normal, we’ve put together the following comprehensive guide to

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Five of the best free online courses to complete during the pandemic

Free online courses for furloughed workers The coronavirus pandemic has brought with it many challenges for businesses, including a pause on a number of regular business activities. To help, the government created the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to help employers furlough employees. This has resulted in many employees in business support roles finding themselves on

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How our clients are transitioning to remote working

With the COVID-19 outbreak causing the majority of staff to work from home, many of our clients have implemented some fantastic processes to support their employees in this (hopefully) once-in-a-lifetime situation. If you’re still considering the ways in which you can motivate, support and care for staff, these innovative and heart-warming measures may prove helpful!

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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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PAs and EAs, do you suffer from imposter syndrome in the workplace?

If you’ve ever looked around your workplace and thought ‘I really don’t belong here’, it’s possible that you’ve experienced something called imposter syndrome. It first appeared in the 1970’s and is now a broad term to describe when both men and women don’t believe they’re worthy of their professional standing. Carole Ann Rice, one of

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