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Interim managers can get projects started or deliver a skill set without the need for a lengthy hiring process, writes Linda Daly
HR consultant Aoife Stokes spent 20 years working in the financial services sector with employers that included Ulster Bank Markets and GECapital.
However, after taking a career break to have children, Stokes found herself at a crossroads. She wanted to re-enter the workforce, but without the inflexibility of full-time employment. Instead, Stokes decided to put her years in HR to good use by working as an interim manager (IM).
That was two years ago.
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