Hire staff whenever it suits you, for example during work peaks, organizational changes or temporary high demand.
It is easier to end a hiring process than a probationary period.
And in today’s fast changing environment, it is more difficult than ever to plan for the future.
By hiring staff, you get a flexible workforce and can adapt the resources based on your needs. The right time to hire can be, for example, when your company is facing an unexpected vacancy, a hiring stoppage or perhaps during a generational change.
What does interim mean?
Interim means temporarily hiring staff and is often a temporary solution that is usually used to cover a temporary need for skills at manager or specialist level.
Often used in the case of, for example, unplanned or planned absences of a particular manager or specialist.
The flexibility to hire staff for shorter or longer periods depending on your specific needs.
Who is interim management for?
Interim is suitable for all companies that have a need for temporary competence at manager or specialist level.
Interim can be used in the short or long term, for specific projects or while waiting for the recruitment of regular staff.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
HR Manager, HR Strategist & HR Business Partner
Finance Manager, Accounting Manager & Senior Accounting Economist
Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Chief Operations Officer (COO)
Payroll manager and payroll specialist