INTERIM

INTERIM

When filling interim positions means the temporary offer by an experienced manager or specialist to provide stability to a company or department following the sudden departure of a senior manager or employee, or to provide a highly specialised qualification that a company may not have internally.

A company may choose to go the interim management route because the role in question is not a permanent position or a permanent manager cannot be found quickly enough.

Interim managers or professionals are typically hired for a limited time.

The benefits in filling interim positions are: speed, fast results, knowledge transfer and objectivity.