TDA HR was established in 2012 and is a specialist HR consultancy that offers an innovative and tailored approach to HR Recruitment. With previous careers as qualified HR professionals, our consultants will offer valuable insight and a deep understanding across all facets of HR.

We partner with clients and candidates for permanent and interim HR Solutions, through contingent or executive search mandates and support clients’ specific diversity objectives, ensuring fair and inclusive recruitment practices.

TDA HR specialises in the recruitment of HR professionals for Financial Services, Commodities, FinTech and Professional Services companies globally.
The cornerstones of our business are trust, delivery and building long-standing partnerships with our clients and candidates.

Our Specialisms

Our People Partners

Our core values

We operate with discretion and loyalty
Knowledge, efficiency, and desire for success drives us
People Partnership
Whether you are a client or candidate we always look to build a longstanding Partnership

What We Do

We recruit across all levels and disciplines of HR and specialise in Permanent, Interim and Executive Search across the following business areas:

  • Business Partnering
  • Learning & Development
  • Talent Management
  • D&I
  • Employee & Industrial Relations
  • Recruitment
  • HR Systems
  • Reward & Analytics
  • Change
  • Global Mobility
  • International HR
  • HR Operations

Industry News

An HMRC worker has won his claim for disability discrimination and indirect discrimination after he was rejected for a role because he did not have a driving licence. 

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Among the finalists are organisations that have used apprenticeships to improve diversity and plug skills gaps.

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The use of women's health apps raises privacy issues that need addressing by employers.

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