Born from a passion for matching experience with expertise, Tiger Recruitment has been helping exceptional support staff find their place amongst top businesses & private individuals globally since 2001. Tiger Recruitment is headquartered in London and is made up of 6 divisions, with a friendly, expert team who are committed to going the extra mile when it comes to administrative recruiting.
Standing by 5 guiding principles – excellence, positivity, integrity, dedication, and gravitas – at Tiger Recruitment it’s believed that these principles are also the qualities that make up fantastic candidates for employers.
What makes you fiercely distinctive?
The fact we pride ourselves on innovation and integrity – this sets us apart from other employment agencies in London and abroad!
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Latest Insights by Tiger Recruitment
In Review: Hakkasan
The Basics Address: 17 Bruton Street, London W1 6qb 020 7907 1888 https://hakkasan.com/mayfair/ A Snapshot Hakkasan is ambient, and calm with beautiful aromas. No background music but this was not something that was missed. Impeccable service with a personal sommelier to tend to your wine needs. The Food Once seated, every table is treated to
In Review: The Shed
The Basics Address: The Shed, 122 Palace Gardens Terrace, London, W8 4RT 020 7229 4024 https://www.theshed-restaurant.com/ A Snapshot Shabby-chic restaurant, providing an eclectic mix of menus. From 6 course tasting menus accompanied by sustainably sourced wine pairing to generous A La Carte options, offering fresh and seasonal produce. The Galdwin Brothers bring rustic Farm-to-Fork dining
Five tips to make the best first impression in interviews
Interviews can be daunting, but it is important to remember the client has chosen to meet with you because they believe you have the necessary skills and experience, and might be right for the role. If you keep this in mind to settle any nerves about your abilities, you can focus on showcasing your other
In Review: Fallow
The Basics 52 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4RP Number: 020 8017 1788 Website – www.fallowrestaurant.com A snapshot Although Fallow is relatively new to the London restaurant scene, you will want to book your table well in advance. Having gained the attention of social media with their famous breakfast bun, Fallow has become a popular eatery since
In Review: Lucky Cat
The Basics 10 Grosvenor Square, London W1K 6JP A Snapshot Lucky Cat is inspired by Tokyo’s 1930s kissas and Shanghai’s drinking dens. These nocturnal music clubs became the playground of the urban youth seeking all things extravagant, new and cutting edge. Asian inspired small plates, Robata grilled dishes, sushi and sashimi are crafted in the
In Review: Park Chinois
The basics Park Chinois 17 Berkeley St, London W1J 8EA parkchinois.com A snapshot Reminiscent of a Gatsby era speakeasy with a far east twist, Park Chinois is culinary endeavour into an indulgent past. Equal parts fine dining and jazz club, this establishment transports you to another time and place entirely. Great for: business lunches, social