ROI: Are Interim Managers good value for money?

We often encounter clients that tell us day rates for interim managers amount to daylight robbery, but is that really the case? There are many benefits to using an interim manager, they are often less expensive than you think & the ROI they bring is invaluable.

Comparing PAYE & Interim Managers

The biggest mistake clients make is to simply take the day rate & x it by the number of working days in the year, for example 260 x £500 is made to look like an annual salary of £130k!

In fact, this is far from the truth. In simple terms day rates should be calculated like this:

How Interim managers will reduce business pressures after Brexit?

After last week’s news that the UK would be leaving the European Union, it appears we have entered a period of uncertainty whilst the future for businesses across the UK remains unclear.

Companies may choose to put recruitment efforts on hold until we know more about what ‘Brexit’ will mean for our businesses. One thing that is for certain for many businesses is that they will have to make changes in the near future - changes which are likely to require specialist skills to take a business in new directions.

Contract workers become central to employer hiring strategies

In January, eight out of ten employers believed the economic conditions to be improving and consequently 99% of UK employers plan to increase their number of contract workers over the next quarter.

What can an interim manager offer you?

Interim professionals can offer a flexible and immediate solution to an organisational problem. Here’s how interim managers can offer value to your business:

Interim consultants are too expensive........aren't they?

Daylight Robbery?

So you think you will benefit from bringing an interim consultant / project manager in to the business to help out with an impending project or to help improve a service issue and you are quoted £500 PER DAY!