Interim recruitment, also known as temporary recruitment, is a model whereby skilled professionals support and contribute to projects or fill temporary skills gaps while a permanent hire is made.
Interim contracts can look different depending on the scope of projects and the length of time interim support is needed for.
Interim recruitment allows your business to quickly adjust their workforce size according to changing needs, ensuring they're not overstaffed during slow periods or understaffed during busy times.
Seasonal demands: It's a cost-effective way to meet seasonal or short-term demands without long-term commitments.
Interim hiring allows your company to control labour costs, avoiding expenses associated with full-time employees such as benefits, training, and retention efforts. Companies can allocate budgets more efficiently by paying for interim talent only when needed.
Interim recruitment supports strategic agility by allowing companies to swiftly respond to market changes, launch new projects, or scale up or down as needed.
A diverse talent pool: interim recruitment allows companies to tap into a more diverse talent pool, aiding in building a more inclusive workforce.
Long-term benefits: interim professionals can be considered for permanent roles if they prove themselves during their temporary assignments, creating a reliable talent pipeline.