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Matthew Stevenson 18.07.2022 Employers, Contract

3Search's Guide to the Current Interim and Contract Market

Introducing 3Search's Interim and Contracts practice: experienced in providing IR35 compliant day-rate and fixed-term solutions across Marketing, Communications and Digital.

Matthew Stevenson: Senior Interim Hires – placing interim Heads of Marketing, Marketing Directors, CMOs, Heads of Digital and Heads of Communications

Taylor Nash – Junior to middle-management interim hires – placing interim Marketing Executives, Marketing Managers, Senior Marketing Managers, Digital Marketers and Communications Managers

Other roles covered: performance marketing, product marketing, CRM, Website, Social Media

 

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Market overview:

The interim market has been busy and has kept pace with the permanent recruitment market. It is particularly buoyant for specialist projects such as CRM, website and paid media implementations along with covers of leave such as MAT leave and sick leave.

With the permanent market in overdrive, we’ve noticed an increase of businesses searching for interim cover to cope with growing workloads while undertaking permanent recruitment processes. It’s always been important to recognize the impact of increased workloads that gets spread across a team when recruiting on a permanent basis. Adding interim cover while hiring on a permanent basis can be a great way to ease workloads on existing team members.

IR35 has been effective in the private sector for just over a year and clients are starting to understand how to navigate role assessments effectively to ensure that they are putting themselves in the best position to hire the market’s top talent.

No one knows for sure what the economic outlook might look like and what this will mean for businesses, but it would be expected that if there is a form of recession, then businesses may also be looking to hire on an interim basis to mitigate risks associated of hiring on a permanent basis and the costs associated.

 

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Reasons why you might hire someone on an interim basis:

Flexibility

Interim hires can be utilised for fluctuations in work, while not being a permanent cost to the business. You are completely in control of the length of the contract. 

Skill shortage/project work

Interims can be hired to provide a specific skill set that your current in-house team does not possess for a specific project.

Maternity & paternity cover/long-term sickness

Interims allow for continuity in a role while the current incumbent is on long-term leave, resulting in no loss of productivity.

Headcount restrictions

In most cases, interims can provide marketing resource under marketing spend instead of headcount – getting around permanent headcount sign-off issues. 

External marketing agency cost saving

Hiring interim marketers to undertake certain work which would previously have gone to an agency at a higher cost.

Access to talent

The combination of exposure to varied work and personal flexibility has led to an influx of top tier marketers making a move into the interim market. They can bring added energy to the function!

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