Benefit over Employee

  • Engagement in a specific task with quick feedback, documented in the agreed form and style
  • A whole new perspective of man unhampered by external stray routine, past blind service with fresh ideas and new know-how
  • Independent of the decisions of their own long-term existence in contrast to employees, such as the possible reorganization of the company (according to some analyses, up to 80 % of activity in the company’s policy to ensure its future)
  • No relationships to current company employees ensure impartial motivation to eliminate conflict situations with other departments and people, and no hesitation in providing recommendations on employee dismissals.
  • No additional company costs such as social insurance, health insurance, vacation, training, “sick days”, or expenses related to automobile, mobile telephone, laptop, or other office equipment since everything is usually included in one price. In this context it is appropriate to examine all the costs. Certainly there is a need to control cost-effectiveness. Price is dependent on several factors including the type and duration of deployment.

Here especially, substitution interim management offers a relatively easy option compared to company employees. It is also necessary to take into account the speed of deployment, flexibility, the need for more training and a new manager.

If you hire a qualified manager with a lot of experience, the advantage of the “know how” can often result in unexpected and surprising benefits. I have often heard phrases like “so it’s always been done this way…”

Do you know the real daily cost of a permanent employee? For any accurate calculation, please contact me.

Quotes and witty comments

“An interim manager will simply focus on the task set for him and has no intention of building a corporate relationship. A classic manager often devotes much of his effort to becoming indispensable to the company, resulting in unproductive time.”

Jan Valenta, CEO of RWE Internal Services