The ideal candidate may become a disaster if he doesn't fit company culture, but how do you screen for something as nebulous as cultural fit? By Ethan RouenApr 28, 2011 9:44 AM ET
Why hire a full-time executive when you can just rent one? More and more companies are turning to interim execs to fill gaps in leadership and expertise.
By Stephenie Overman, contributor
FORTUNE -- They ride into town, close down a division or oversee an acquisition, then move on. Just don't call them temps.
Interim executives, according to those in the field, are professional problem solvers who "make something happen," says Robert M. MOREApr 15, 2011 10:02 AM ET
The day your best employee comes in with the news that they're moving on is the day you start recruiting them again. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
By Hank Gilman, deputy managing editor
While you might have a bigger paycheck and you might have a special feeling inside now that you have a staff of your own, the gripes, hiring, and firing responsibilities are also all yours. Welcome MOREMar 9, 2011 10:18 AM ET
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