Corporate Citizenship Report

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Report 2013

Our social

At Robert Half, Our Mission is to:

responsibility programs are not stand-alone initiatives for
Robert Half.

• Help businesses grow by matching the right talent to their specialized staffing and consulting needs, and build rewarding careers for the professionals we place

They serve as the framework

• Adhere to a philosophy of “Ethics First” in everything we do

for how we do business. • Create a work environment where employees can thrive and innovate
• Be a socially responsible corporate citizen and an active participant in the communities in which we live and work

Robert Half • Corporate Citizenship Report


From the Chairman and CEO
From our core, Robert Half is a people business.
We help companies find experienced professionals to meet critical business needs, and we provide skilled workers with rewarding career opportunities. We also foster a work environment where our employees are empowered to bring businesses and people together by making great job matches. It follows then that our corporate citizenship activities also are focused on the people whose lives we touch every day.
As a business that helps people find jobs, Robert Half has a stake in building tomorrow’s workforce. That is why we have a natural interest in programs that support education and workforce development, and many of our corporate giving and volunteer programs are focused in these areas.
When disaster strikes, the impact on local communities is often devastating. We contribute annually to the American Red Cross, which provides much needed support in times of crisis around the world, and to the Canadian Red Cross. Each year, Robert Half’s gifts are designed to provide resources where and when funds are needed most.
This citizenship report also details our company’s efforts to minimize our environmental impact. These activities range from grassroots programs sponsored by our employees to more formal, repeatable business practices designed to promote sustainability.

Our social responsibility programs are not stand-alone initiatives for Robert Half. They serve as the framework for how we do business. In fact, we recently expanded our mission statement to better communicate our long-held commitment to our clients, job candidates, employees and the communities in which we live and work.
Our mission statement also reflects the results of our most recent employee survey. Our employees continue to let us know where we can enhance our citizenship programs and business practices.
We are excited about the ways these ideas will shape our company’s future.

Harold M. Messmer, Jr.
Chairman and CEO
Robert Half

Robert Half • Corporate Citizenship Report


Our employees help charitable organizations advance their missions through volunteer service and financial contributions. Robert Half and Protiviti executives helped turn a playground into a geography lesson during a team volunteer event in Las Vegas.

Robert Half • Corporate Citizenship Report


Leading by Example
Our employees are active participants in the communities where they live and work. We support the work of nonprofit organizations around the globe through corporate financial donations, employee volunteerism or both.

Our employees are active in supporting disaster-relief efforts around the globe. Robert Half provides an annual corporate grant of $100,000 to the American Red Cross, as well as a donation to the Canadian Red Cross, to assist where the need is the greatest.
In addition, our offices have embarked on grassroots efforts to help areas hard hit by disaster, such as during Superstorm Sandy.

Our North American matching-gifts program provides employees with a matching gift of up to $1,000 for fundraising, personal contributions or volunteer time per calendar year. Direct matching is available for schools and parent-teacher associations, as well as the national and local affiliates of our corporate