HR Interim

Interim HR consultants. Quickly and flexibly at your service.

Are you looking for HR personnel? Our interim HR services help you when there is an increased workload, if you need additional support, a substitute, or additional HR expertise. 

Our consultants can help you with a wide range of tasks, full-time or part-time, for operational matters, strategic planning, development, recruitment and much more. 

Certified experts in skills-first hiring

Clevry’s consultants are experienced in HR and recruitment, and they’ve all earned the official Soft Skills certification. This professional qualification, designed by Dr. Alan Redman, helps understand how personality and skills affect performance and how to measure and evaluate what correlates with success.¬†

Each consultant brings the best practices in recruitment, assessment, and talent management. They understand how to get the best results from all interview formats, including structured interviews, video interviews, and other virtual tools. 

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What solution fits your need

In-house HR

On-going services, part or full-time, is ideal when starting your HR operations and there is no need for a full-time HR resource yet, or when you want to build and complement your current HR team’s skills and resources.

Temporary need

Temporary needs are e.g. substitutes during leaves or specific recruitment projects such as various change management projects.  

Outsourcing

Let Clevry handle your entire recruitment function. We’ll apply our skills-first platform to manage all aspects of hiring, ensuring zero fixed recruitment costs and improved retention.
HR Interim contractors

What kind of experts do we have?

Our consultants are highly ranked professionals with experience from various industries and organisations. They are accustomed to mastering various HR tasks even with short onboarding periods.

Our consultants have high-level HR consulting skills, and we continuously develop their expertise.

An HR manager oversees the human resources department of an organisation, responsible for managing all aspects related to its employees.

This role encompasses various functions, including recruitment, hiring, onboarding, training and development, performance management, employee relations, and compliance with employment laws and regulations.

An HR director leads the human resources department of a company, overseeing tasks such as recruitment, training, employee relations, and compliance with employment laws. They play a key role in shaping workplace culture and ensuring that the organisation’s HR policies align with its strategic objectives.

An HR supervisor is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the human resources department, including tasks such as coordinating recruitment efforts, managing employee records, and handling employee inquiries.

They provide guidance to HR staff, ensure compliance with company policies and legal regulations, and support the implementation of HR programs and initiatives aimed at enhancing employee satisfaction and productivity.

An HR business partner works closely with business leaders to align human resources strategies with organisational objectives. They serve as a liaison between management and employees, providing guidance on HR matters such as talent management, organisational development, employee engagement, and change management. 

A Talent Acquisition Manager is tasked with leading the recruitment and hiring efforts within an organisation. They develop and implement strategies to attract top talent, oversee the entire recruitment process from job posting to offer negotiation, and build relationships with external recruitment agencies or partners.

An HRD (Human Resource Development) Manager is responsible for designing, implementing, and overseeing training and development programs within an organisation. They assess the skills and training needs of employees, develop strategies to address those needs, and deliver or facilitate training sessions.

An Employment Relations Manager oversees the relationship between an organization and its employees, focusing on maintaining positive and productive interactions. They handle matters related to employment laws, regulations, and policies, ensuring compliance and fairness in all employee-related issues.

An HR Specialist is responsible for managing specific functions within the human resources department, such as recruitment, benefits administration, employee relations, or training and development. They possess expertise in their designated area and provide support to HR managers and other staff members.