Interim management

Interim management allows employers to make temporary provision for management resources and skills. Interim management could be a short-term assignment during a period of change, or to cover a post where there is no need for permanent employee to be put in place.


A public sector frontiersman

12 Apr 2005

Dale Cox, interim head of HR, has become the face of people management for the Office for Standards in Education. Why did he quit a top full-time position to actively pursue less job security?

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Ten out of ten for interims

12 Apr 2005

Thinking about becoming an interim manager? Sue Weekes outlines 10 reasons why it could be a good career move

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A fresh eye on proceedings

30 Mar 2004

One benefit of employing an HR interim is that they can draw on their experience in a variety of organisations to bring a new perspective to problem solving. Nic Paton meets one successful exponent of this potentially enlightening art

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