As we head towards the end of the year, many employees will turn their thoughts to their career goals and aspirations and a high number of employees in permanent roles will be thinking about working for themselves, or as interim managers.
The world of interim management has long been characterised by 50-something executives whose vast experience is what makes them so employable. They are the business elders who trade on long service rather than youthful looks. However, a new breed of interim is invading their territory. These high-fl
Some interesting research by the HSJ (For Healthcare Leaders) published in October 2018 reveals that despite attempts to curb interim pay within the NHS, it appears fresh examples of excessive pay may still be evident.