Losing an employee to another company is always challenging — especially when he or she is the CEO or someone with a lot of responsibility. Whether the employee was fired or found another job, it can be difficult to find a replacement in time without damaging business operations. In fact, company owners know that it can take weeks if not months to find someone qualified enough to serve as the new CEO or operations manager. For this reason, many companies turn to interim short term management services to take over the job until they find someone suitable enough for the position.
However, when you work in a specialized field such as construction, it can be difficult to find even a short term manager who is qualified to do the job. For this reason it’s vital to do your homework and hire someone from a specialized firm, instead of a person with experience in general management experience.
When searching for an interim short term manager, make sure to hire someone with experience in the construction business. This person should have prior experience in similar situations and must be able to jump in the role without causing a lot of damage to the company. While it might be unreasonable to expect an interim manager to solve major issues within a short period of time, they should be able to keep operations afloat until someone suitable can be hired to take over the position. You might even find a company that can also help with construction claim analysis.
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