Posted by: Richard Colgan

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HR survey: Interim Roles Changing:

A new survey of 225 HR interim workers by Oakleaf Partnership shows that an improving permanent HR labour market is likely impacting the volume of temporary roles available. Additionally, over a third of respondents also said there were more fixed term contract (FTC) roles and less day rate roles available in the last year.

Although nearly 50 percent of respondents said the time spent between assignments hadn’t changed year on year, a net 24% increase in time between assignments is significant. Beyond the improving HR labour market, the situation may also be a reflection of additional costs associated with hiring interim or temporary workers as well as the skills in current demand.

Over a third of respondents concurred with these figures; 37.5% of interims said that available roles have decreased, while 16.5% and 36% stated the volume of assignments has increased or remained the same, respectively.

Oakleaf specialises in HR, Payroll, Reward, Pensions and Human Capital Services recruitment and executive search. It surveyed 225 mid to senior level, cross-sector interim HR professionals about their experiences of the past 12 months.

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