The main difference between an interim employee and a contract worker is the level at which they operate and their employment categorisation. Interim employees 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 or via a 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 Supply Chain & Logistics, FMCG, Manufacturing & Engineering, Hospitality & Catering and Human Resources.
Contact our contract team for help with your recruitment needs or job search, or apply for available contract jobs today.