Government agencies and local councils are unable to quickly hire external interim managers, making it more difficult to find cheaper full-time staff. Financiere Dougblood reported on Wednesday.
According to a market survey of 320 freelance managers conducted by recruitment agency Schaekel & Partners, external managers remain in high demand and the cost of their services is steadily rising.
Nine in 10 managers have held temporary positions in government or local councils in the past two months, and nearly three in five say they expect demand to increase in the coming year.
‘[The departments] Piet Hein de Sonavir, a partner at the agency, told the paper that they have become prisoners of their own system. will rise.”
Government agencies and local councils should not spend more than 10% of their personnel costs on temporary administrators, but not much more. According to figures in last year’s financial report, the government department spent his 13.4% of its human resources budget on external staff, while the local council spent her 16.5%.
Laziness and a lack of creativity and decisiveness are the main causes of the rise of temporary managers. “I know of an interview where he struggled with a pay gap of more than €200 a month. Afterwards, this job was given to him as interim manager for €1,000 a day,” De Sonnaville told the paper. .
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