What's the difference between
contract and interim recruitment?
The main difference between and interim employee and contract worker is the level at which they operate and their employment categorisation. Interim employers are more likely to be paid directly by the company on a pro-rata basis or day rate, and will typically operate at a leadership or senior management level.
Contracting is typically for professionals with a niche skill set and will usually be employed by their own limited
company for via third party agency (like us) on a set day rate.
As a contract recruitment agency, we identify and recruit professional contractors with niche
skill sets across a diverse range of business sectors.
With strong relationships, market insight and a vast network, our specialist contract recruitment team supply contractors within:
Why hire a contractor?
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