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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 with a software engineer, the below guide will

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A jobseeker’s complete guide to behavioral 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, behavioral interview questions are crucial

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Do you struggle with exit interviews? Here are eight dos and don’ts to help!

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 general feedback about your employer

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HR managers, how are you educating your staff about unconscious bias?

Unconscious bias: educating teams towards diverse hiring The positive impact of diversity in the workplace is not news. For many years we’ve known that business productivity, company culture and employee satisfaction improve with a workplace made up of diverse genders, nationalities, sexualities, ages, ethnicities and educational backgrounds. Despite all this information, the reality of adopting

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Re-designing diversity: from shortfalls to success

Updated 9th October 2020 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

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LISTEN: How private household staffing has changed during COVID-19

Coralie Fernando, Head of Marketing and Communication at Tiger, sits down with Laura Glendenning, Head of Tiger Private, to talk through how private household staff recruitment has changed during COVID-19. They discuss the high-quality candidate pool available, the popularity of certain household positions, consolidation of roles and how virtual technologies are speeding up the recruitment

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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

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Career goals: Separating fact from fiction

Commonly raised at half-year or annual appraisals, it may come as a surprise to hear that many people don’t actually set achievable career goals (or understand the value in doing so). At Tiger, we’ve found that the process of setting career goals can be clouded by misconceptions and misunderstandings, even among experienced professionals with many

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LISTEN: Everything you need to know about creating your return to the office plan

Are you an HR professional looking for guidance when it comes to creating your return-to-office plan post-COVID 19? Our Head of Marketing and Communications, Coralie Fernando, interviewed Erin Taheny, Head of HR and Operations here at Tiger, on how we’re planning for Tiger’s return to the office in London. Erin started at Tiger mere weeks

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Looking to hire a PA in NYC? Three reasons why human recruiters reign supreme over AI

While AI is forecasted by many to be an impactful trend in the recruitment process[1], when hiring a PA in New York, it’s important to remember that the human touch is still integral in finding the right candidate. We’ve outlined the areas that demonstrate how human recruiters reign supreme in candidate selection, and why your

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