Flexible Interim Solutions for Response to COVID-19
We are living in extraordinary times.
As the Prime Minister recently said, we are currently in the “worst public health crisis for a generation”. With increasing human safety measures taking effect globally and the UK ramping up its response, there are some real threats to businesses if they don’t plan accordingly and take appropriate action fast.
Interim Partners can help you manage your business continuity plans by providing short term, flexible interim staff in a number of sectors – especially those worst hit by the pandemic such as healthcare, retail, travel and manufacturing. These resources can be deployed quickly and effectively.
We fuel growth and reduce risk
Our absolute focus is on delivering ROI, better performance and financial improvement. By understanding your business challenge, we are able to define the perfect strategy and appoint the right people to deliver success.
Our unique approach reduces risk and increases your organisation's potential.
The Interim Partners difference
We work closely with our clients to help solve their most complex business challenges. Our award-winning consulting services leverage an extensive network of trusted interim managers and executives with the expertise to deliver measurable results across multiple business functions and sectors at a fraction of the cost of management consultants.
We offer a unique approach to interim recruitment and will take the time to truly understand your business. We look at what your challenges are and what you are aiming to achieve. Together, we define your assignment goals and deliverables – giving absolute clarity on the potential value add or return on investment from your interim.
Our interims are contracted through our 4-stage Return on Interim (ROI) methodology to ensure they deliver the results our clients expect, every time.
“I have worked with Interim Partners for nearly four years; throughout that time they have consistently delivered high quality interims, in short time-frames and across a wide range of disciplines. I would have no hesitation in recommending them.”
Marcus Sephton, Partner, KPMG
In April 2021, IR35 is coming to the private sector – with potentially serious consequences for employers and for freelance workers.
Unless your business is prepared, it faces the risk of workforce disruption, skills shortages, back taxes, financial penalties and reputational damage. If you work as a contractor via a limited company, you are risking a loss of take-home earnings – and potential future penalties.
So, we’ve created a concise practical guide to help you make sense of the changes – and ensure you’re ready for IR35 in 2021.
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