Head of HR and Support
Jenna is our resident Kiwi and the go-to Tiger for our internal staff.
She started her career as a receptionist and admin assistant, transforming the systems and processes of an office to take it into the 21st century.
Jenna joined the Tiger team as a temp assistant, but her excellent eye for detail made her transition to HR and support manager, and then Head of HR, a natural one. From managing HR projects and business projects to implementing employee engagement initiatives, Jenna’s uniqueness lies in her ability to see both the detail and the big picture.
What makes you fiercely distinctive?
My Excel skills have saved a lot of tears and heartache in the office.
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Latest Insights by Jenna Glen
Looking to implement flexible working in your office?
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Three ways an office manager can help onboard new staff
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HR managers, how are you educating your staff about unconscious bias?
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The benefits of going outside during your workday
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The evolution of performance management
In the early nineteenth century, a British entrepreneur named Robert Owen introduced what could be identified as one of the earliest iterations of traditional performance management. In his textile factory in Scotland, supervisors assigned each factory worker a coloured block based on their performance that day. The idea was that high achievers were rewarded and