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!
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Latest Insights by Rebecca Siciliano
How to identify a fantastic software engineer: an interviewer’s guide
For both novice and seasoned interviewers, interviewing for a technical position can seem daunting. If your company is looking to hire a specialist in-house, it may mean you’re in the position of hiring for a role you know little about. If you find yourself in this position when hiring a software engineer, the below guide
Three mistakes to avoid when making someone redundant
For many business owners and managers, there may come a time in their career when they’re forced to consider making someone redundant. It’s never a decision to make lightly, however, in times of changing markets, some businesses may find themselves speeding through the redundancy process. This is usually because they want to turn their finances
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
Eight dos and don’ts for your next exit interview
While recruitment activity has slowed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still job seekers who are being offered fantastic new positions. If you’re one of them, congratulations! This may well mean that you find yourself in a video call with HR for an exit interview soon. Volunteering your general feedback about your
Watch: Improving employees’ mental health remotely
I hosted a webinar with three mental health specialists – Jo Yarker from Affinity Health at Work, Business Psychologist Julie Osborn and Ruth Cooper-Dickson from Champs Consulting – 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
A comprehensive guide to onboarding remotely for the first time
Onboarding staff is one of the most integral stages to the recruitment process. As you know, carrying out comprehensive and effective onboarding ensures that your employees will have the best possible chance of successfully integrating into their new role, team and company. Conversely, poor onboarding may impact turnover, staff morale and training which can prove