“This proposal is craven populist nonsense. It is a knee-jerk response to a very small problem. There are a few interims who have been in organisations for too long and who should be on the payroll but for most, these arrangements make perfect sense. For a government claiming to be against red-tape, restricting the use of interim managers would be a very stupid, and very unpopular, thing to do.”
- The changing role of HR and the chief HR officer
- Developing international HR strategy, metrics, analytics and ROI
- Managing major organisational change across international boundaries
- People risk and reward in an international context.