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Tiger Recruitment is a bespoke human resources recruitment agency, dedicated to connecting worldwide employers with talented HR professionals. Our team of experienced HR recruiters will advise and guide you through the entire recruiting process, ensuring that you find the right fit for your needs.

HR staff hiring is a key recruitment decision as this individual will be integral to your core business functions. We will work closely with you to source the very best HR professionals, whether you are looking for an HR Administrator, HR Manager, or HR Director.

With our headquarters in London and teams in the US, Zurich, and Dubai, we have an extensive global network of human resource specialists who are ready to cater to your HR recruitment needs. No matter the requirement, we can deliver the best candidates every time.

What is Human Resource Management?

What is Human Resource Management?

Human Resource Management (HRM) is the strategic approach to managing staff and the workplace environment. HRM involves recruiting, hiring, training, development, performance evaluation, and rewarding employees. It also includes implementing practices and policies that ensure the company’s leadership and culture are compliant.

What are Human Resources?

What are Human Resources?

Human Resources (HR) is the department of a company that implements the HRM strategies. This department takes care of everything HR-related, from managing benefits to making sure the company follows labour laws. HR is the bridge between management and employees, making sure that the staff are performing and their wellbeing is looked after.

What is a Human Resource?

What is a Human Resource?

A human resource refers to the individual employee who contributes their time, skills, and efforts to an organisation. In this way, employees are viewed as valuable assets that are essential to the organisation’s success. HRM’s goal is to get the best out of employees to support the company’s strategic objectives.

Core Areas of HR

There are several essential elements of effective HRM. These include:

Compensation and Benefits

Designing compelling compensation and benefits packages is crucial for attracting and retaining top talent. HR will need to ensure that compensation is fair and competitive whilst balancing the organisation’s budget. They will also need to create a package with non-monetary benefits, such as holidays, that promotes employee satisfaction and loyalty.

Diversity Equity and Inclusion

A DEI specialist develops and implements strategies to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. They facilitate training, advocate for marginalised groups, craft policies, and analyse data to ensure fair treatment and opportunities for all employees, fostering a culture of belonging and respect.

Employee experience

An employee experience practitioner focuses on enhancing every aspect of the employee journey within an organisation. They design and implement programs, policies, and initiatives to improve employee satisfaction, engagement, and wellbeing, ultimately creating a positive and meaningful workplace environment.

Global mobility

A global mobility specialist manages the relocation and assignment of employees across international borders. They handle visa processes, tax compliance, cultural integration, and logistical arrangements to ensure a smooth transition for employees and their families, supporting the company’s global talent strategy and business objectives.

HR Data and Analytics

Utilising data and analytics are essential for making well-informed decisions that strengthen HRM strategies. HR can use the workforce data to gain insights into recruitment effectiveness, employee productivity, and overall satisfaction. They can then refine policies and practices to gain better results for the company.

Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS)

Implementing Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) is essential for enhancing the efficiency of HR tasks, such as performance management or tracking recruitment and selection. By utilising HRIS tools that automate and optimise these processes, HR can focus more on strategic planning that boosts employee engagement.

Learning and Development

This area focuses on the continuous learning & development (L&D) of employees. This ensures employees can upskill and stay up to date with any technological or process changes. They will need to work within the organisation’s L&D budget and support direct managers with tailored development plans for employees.

Organisational development and design

An organisational development and design specialist focuses on enhancing organisational effectiveness and efficiency. They analyse structures, processes and culture, implementing changes to align with strategic goals. They lead initiatives such as change management, talent planning, and performance management to optimise the organisation’s structure and capabilities.

Performance Management

Performance management involves establishing systems that effectively measure and enhance employee performance. It’s about creating a supportive work environment where employees feel driven and satisfied, leading to higher productivity and profitability for the business. The HR representative will typically support the direct line manager to ensure that each employee’s performance is being monitored, reviewed, and rewarded.

Recruitment and Selection

Recruitment & selection include strategies to source and hire qualified candidates who share a value alignment with the company. A talent acquisition specialist will define what the job entails, promote the position, conduct interviews, and then select the most suitable candidate. They will also need to establish a recruitment and selection policy to make sure the process is consistent, fair, and legally compliant.

Succession Planning

Succession planning ensures that the company can continue running smoothly if a key employee leaves or retires. HR can utilise performance management reviews to identify employees with potential and then focus L&D efforts on preparing them for future roles. This strategy ensures the business always has skilled people to fill critical positions, which is key for the long-term success of any business.


The Tiger stamp is a mark of quality, so you can be assured that you’ll receive a first-in-class service and shortlist that perfectly match your brief and company values

HR Roles We Recruit For

Our experience in recruiting HR support staff has allowed us to understand the nuances across different HR roles. If we don’t have the perfect candidate on the books for your specific HR role, we will proactively source your shortlist.

These are some of the roles we can help you fill:

Human Resources Administrator

A Human Resources Administrator will handle the administrative tasks within the HR department, such as maintaining employee records, assisting the recruiting process, and scheduling employee training. You should consider hiring an HR Administrator when your company starts to struggle with managing the daily HR-related paperwork and processes efficiently.

Human Resources Officer

An HR Officer is responsible for employee performance and wellbeing. Their tasks include recruiting, onboarding, and developing company policies that are compliant and supportive for employees. They will often be the main point of contact between employees and the employer, making this HR role essential if you have a large organisation.

Human Resources Generalist

Also known as an HR advisor, an HR generalist handles a wide range of HR tasks across various functions, including recruitment, employee relations, benefits administration, and compliance. They provide support to both employees and management, ensuring HR processes run smoothly and effectively to meet the needs of the organisation and its staff.

Personnel Manager

Personnel Managers will handle a wide range of HR functions, including employee recruitment, development, and welfare. They can also assist with any administrative tasks, such as filing benefits documents or overseeing the payroll process. Hiring a personnel manager is a great choice if your organisation has grown and needs a professional to manage employee relations.

People Business Partner

People Business Partners ensure that HRM strategies align with business goals. They provide advice on HR issues, support organisational changes, and assist in talent management. People Business Partners can ensure collaboration across all your departments and support your business during a time of change or growth.

Human Resources Manager

An HR Manager will manage the HR department and staff. Their responsibilities include talent acquisition, employee development, and performance management. They will also ensure the company’s procedures are compliant and will handle any disciplinary processes. You would recruit HR Managers to streamline HR practices and processes to support your company’s goals.

Head of People

The Head of People is responsible for implementing and executing HRM strategies. They will work closely with teams across the organisation to ensure HR initiatives are being adopted. This role is crucial for ensuring that the workplace environment supports employee wellbeing and productivity.

Director of People

The Director of People holds a senior position and oversees the HR department. Their focus is on setting long-term HRM strategies that align with the organisation’s objectives. They are responsible for setting HR policies, managing senior HR staff, and ensuring the company remains compliant with laws and regulations.


It’s crucial to hire HR staff who are excellent communicators. Strong communication skills will ensure that they can perform all their duties effectively, such as resolving conflicts, giving feedback, and sharing company policies. Good communication is also essential for building trust with employees and creating a positive work environment.


Leadership is crucial for HR professionals, especially if you are looking to hire for senior HR roles. A good HR leader will inspire and motivate their team, helping drive the HRM strategy forward to align with the organisation’s goals.


Proactivity means anticipating potential issues and acting in advance to solve them. HR staff with this skill can improve processes, implement strategic HR initiatives, and keep the company ahead of compliance and regulatory changes. A proactive approach is key for risk management and seizing opportunities that benefit both employees and the organisation.


Coaching is an invaluable skill for HR staff. HR professionals skilled in coaching can provide constructive feedback, encourage professional growth, and help employees set and achieve their goals. This helps employees contribute to the success of the team and organisation.


HR professionals are the link between employees and employers. They need to provide reliable, ethical advice that can guide policy setting, career development, and best practices in the organisation. This requires that they have a deep understanding of HRM, the business, and its culture.


Analytical skills have recently become an essential skill for HR staff. This involves understanding and interpreting data to make informed decisions about HR processes or employee performance. An analytical approach allows the HR professional to identify trends, challenges, and opportunities within the workforce.


HR professionals often work in teams to develop policies, organise company events, and implement HR initiatives. They also need to create a collaborative and inclusive environment for employees to ensure their satisfaction. This makes a strong team ethic essential to the role.

Customer Service

Customer service skills are important for HR staff. Providing high-quality service involves responding to inquiries promptly and handling issues with empathy and professionalism. Your HR recruiter can help you look for the experience and personal qualities that will demonstrate great customer service skills.

Temporary Placements

Temporary Placements

If you need temporary recruitment, Tiger Recruitment has you covered. We can quickly find interim HR staff or freelance HR consultants tailored to your specific business needs, even at short notice. Count on us to fill your temporary positions with skilled professionals who can hit the ground running.

Fixed-Term Contracts

Fixed-Term Contracts

When it comes to fixed-term contracts, we are dedicated to sourcing the right staff for your business. Our proven marketing and candidate sourcing methods are designed to attract the best talent. This is what sets us apart from other HR staffing agencies.


We have established HR recruiters specialising in permanent recruitment. We focus on understanding your specific requirements to connect you with candidates who have the skills and personality to fit your company. Let us help you find the permanent HR professionals who will drive your business forward.


  • Our in-house HR recruitment specialists are on hand to help you structure your team to maximise efficiency. This is essential to ensuring your business is covered in the areas you require
  • Some businesses will need more support on the learning and development side, whereas others may only require an HR generalist or an HR consultancy to access from time to time. Whatever you need, our HR planning specialists can cater for all
  • HR roles under the employee relations and diversity and inclusion banners are in high demand by businesses, so we know that it takes work and dedication to find the right candidate
  • Alongside HR recruitment, we can help with skills gap analysis, salary benchmarking and creating job descriptions to ensure your HR staff hiring practice is as effective as possible
  • Whichever HR role you’re looking to fill, feel free to pick up the phone and speak to us today


The Tiger HR agency works with a range of businesses across a variety of industries. Our HR recruiters work with investment banks, professional services, property companies, PE firms, FMCG, creative companies, tech start-ups, SMEs and smaller businesses to name a few. As a top HR recruiting firm, we’re able to source talented and experienced staff across the board, from HR managers to employee experience managers.


If you’re looking to hire HR staff in London, Tiger Recruitment has offices in both the West End and the City. In addition, we can service regional UK requirements from our Bristol and Manchester offices.

Internationally, our HR recruitment agencies in New York, Zurich and Dubai service clients in the US, Europe and MENA regions. Our human resources recruiters can source HR managers across these locations and further afield.

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Frequently asked questions

Find a few of our most frequently asked questions below. If you have further questions about the HR recruitment process, get in touch today!


What is the difference between HR specialist and recruiter?

An HR specialist focuses on a wide range of human resources functions, including employee relations, benefits management, and compliance with labour laws. A recruiter specialises in the process of finding and hiring candidates.

What do HR do for recruitment?

In recruitment, HR is responsible for defining job descriptions, advertising open positions, and managing the candidate selection process to find the best match for the role and the company culture. They also ensure a smooth onboarding process for new hires.

What is the difference between HR consultant and HR recruiter?

An HR consultant provides expert advice on a wide range of HR-related issues, such as strategy implementation. An HR recruiter focuses specifically on the recruitment process, including sourcing, screening, and recommending candidates for employment.

What does a human resource recruiter do?

A human resource recruiter is responsible for the entire recruitment process. They advertise jobs, screen applicants, conduct interviews, and work closely with hiring managers to ensure candidates meet the organisation’s needs.

What specific HR roles does Tiger recruit for?

The HR roles that we recruit for include but are not limited to HR Directors, HR Business Partners, HR Generalists, Diversity and Inclusion Specialists, Talent Acquisition, Internal Recruitment, Reward and Compensation, Learning and Development,  and Employee Relations Specialists.

What pre-screening can I expect Tiger recruitment to undertake for an HR candidate?

We take great care when reviewing job applications to ensure we are identifying the closest applicant-job-description matches. During the shortlisting process, we will consider their professional background alongside their values, qualifications, experience, skill set and projected candidate-organisation fit. We meet every candidate (either face to face or on Video Call) and interview them thoroughly for each role before submitting them to a client.

What are your success rates in filling HR vacancies?

Tiger Recruitment is a bespoke HR recruiter and our team is made up of experienced HR recruitment specialists and CIPD qualified specialists, who have been successfully filling HR roles for many years. Our client and candidate testimonials and reviews will speak for themselves.

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