Today, changing companies is no longer seen as a sign of instability, but more as a sign of adaptability. The application of the provisions of a collective agreement for wage portage companies has facilitated the practice of the profession of interim managers. This application gives an official framework to the freelance profession.

In this article, we will focus on the interim managers at Skalis.

The National Federation of Transitional Management now represents a turnover estimated at 300/350 million euros in France, with growth of 20 to 25% per year.

The advantages of being interim managers

  • Saving time: become independent in 24 hours while being freed from management. Skalis takes care of 100% of your legal, financial, social, civil and professional procedures for the mission you carry out.
  • Guarantee: as a transition manager, you are independent and protected. You will receive unemployment benefits at the end of your assignment and benefit from social security. Skalis portage organizes the contractual relationship between the client company and you and takes care of the pre-employment declaration.
  • Also Training devices: you gain training rights to develop your activity and benefit from the approval number of the portage company.
  • Flexibility and speed: you have access to large accounts thanks to the wage portage company. The consultant has the ability to change activity quickly without having to change its corporate purpose.
  • And Support: the portage company supports you in the development of activities and of the training consultant. Skalis portage will draw up a membership agreement for you to set the rules for your collaboration.

Sectors requiring consultants:

Nowadays, the use of wage portage is developed which addresses to several independent situations such as:

  • International consultants who want to invoice within constraints
  • Business creators who want to test their project without risk.
  • Experienced executives with a project of autonomy

But also, wage portage is aimed at a large number of professions, for example:

  • Purchasing, logistics and engineering functions that require expert skills that often do not exist internally.
  • And Accounting and finances, especially after the gloomy period from 2008 to 2015 which they experienced a rebound with the implementation of ERP and project management.
  • And Human resources, which call on interim managers for more rewarding missions such as payroll overhaul.
  • Engineering is also asking for stakeholders in order to create new revenues and optimize production in terms of costs and processes.

The conditions of the consultant profession:

Whatever your area of expertise is, you must:

  • Drive the transition with minimal financial impact.
  • And Prioritize the understanding of operations by the company stakeholders.
  • Carry out all the necessary investigations to make the recommendations effective.
  • And Communicate with several corporate stakeholders such as shareholders, senior management, marketing … to keep them informed of what you discover.
  • Raise awareness and train those who are impacted by the changes.

And finally present the progress of your mission in the most suitable form to the audiences concerned.