Interim managers are getting younger

first_imgInterim managers are getting youngerOn 20 Aug 2002 in Personnel Today More young executives than ever before are moving into interim management asa career, and they are finding more work and earning higher daily rates thanother interims. The latest Russam GMS survey on interim management, confirms that the highestpercentage of interims (65 per cent) on assignment in June this year were inthe under 35-age bracket. And interims under 45 got significantly more workthan those over 45. Those in the 36-40 age bracket commanded higher salaries at£550 a day. Russam reports an increase in the amount of part-time interim managementwork, with such assignments growing from 32 per cent of the market in September2001 to 38 per cent now. The biggest demand is for interims as finance executives, general managers,sales and marketing managers, and IT specialists. One trend identified by interim agencies and interims themselves isworsening conversion rates, with many enquiries not leading to actualassignments. Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img

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