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Today's work ethic dictates that to be recognised as successful, management must be hard working and busy. Yet executives should concentrate on 'the successful organisation and utilisation of resources to meet objectives'; and their true management workload will fluctuates wildly, dependant on the demands the organisation faces.

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With extensive operations management experience PHS Interim Management can provide senior operations managers and manufacturing production directors within days for short term assignments.

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The recruitment need is urgent but just finding that elusive executive with the right mixture of experience, skills and personality takes between one to four months. Then you wait a frustrating three to six months whilst they serve their notice and the job still needs doing well in the meantime.

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Management of longer term planned absence due to parental leave, secondments, career breaks, sabbaticals, education, civic and voluntary work needs to be planned.

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When considering an executive dismissal, first take legal advice.
How will you use the normal disciplinary procedures and will the dismissal be deemed to be fair or unfair? Should you carefully seek a negotiated severance, utilising a “Compromise Agreement”, thus avoiding publicity and the demands / delays of a tribunal case?

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The resignation of a senior manager or executive can be a body blow to your organisation. They are a key part of the management team who understands your business. By adopting a constructive approach to this situation you can minimise potential damage, provide a positive way forward and hopefully avoid potential disaster.

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Interim management is a serious business, primary about managing people but it has light hearted or unusual moments.
Without compromising client confidentiality, have you an interesting tale to tell, humorous, sad or just simply interesting?

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'A successful interim manager has drive, expertise and proven experience; plus the ability from day one to hit the ground running.'
Only the most able and professional adopt interim management as a career. These distinctive individuals demand and attract high rewards. 
In the past this resource was comprised mainly of men aged fifty and over, who had the financial and personal independence to meet this challenge. Today it attracts very able candidates many in their late thirties and upwards who view the work as rewarding and a challenging career in its own right.

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Answers to some of the questions you frequently ask.

What is the difference between an Interim Manager and a Consultant?
Consultants can provide valuable analysis and advice; implementation is primarily the client's responsibility.
Interim Managers get involved, are hands on, recommend and implement. They have the required expertise and proven experience. They report directly to the company's senior management and 'live or die' by the results they achieve.

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Our Interim Management costs are transparent and highly competitive, consisting of three elements:
The Interim's daily rate
Our Commission
Agreed expenses, normally paid direct to the interim
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