Randstad Holding is a staffing and recruitment company, providing solutions in the field of flexible work and human resources services. It offers regular temporary staffing and permanent placement services. The Company recruits supervisors, managers, professionals, interim specialists and consultants for middle and senior leadership positions. It also provides inhouse services, including recruitment and selection, training, planning, retention and management reporting; and HR solutions comprising recruitment process outsourcing and managed services programs, as well as payroll, outplacement, outsourcing and consultancy services.

Company Growth (employees)
Diemen, NL
Size (employees)
32,280 (est)
Randstad was founded in 1960 and is headquartered in Diemen, NL

Key People at Randstad

Jacques van den Broek

Jacques van den Broek

CEO and chairman of the executive board
Robert Jan van de Kraats

Robert Jan van de Kraats

CFO and vice-chairman of the executive board

Randstad Office Locations

Randstad has offices in Diemen, Luton, Independence, Bowling Green and in 305 other locations
Diemen, NL (HQ)
25 Diemermere
Luton, GB
Kingsway House Laporte Way Laporte Way
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Market capitalization (18-Jul-2017)

9.1 b

Closing share price (18-Jul-2017)

Randstad's current market capitalization is €9.1 b.

Randstad Market Value History

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Randstad Median Salaries

Source: 74 public H-1B filings from Randstad

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Randstad News and Updates

Randstad Says It Has the ‘Agreement of the Board of Monster’ in Its Full Ownership Bid

"We have made a pretty good offer," said the Dutch giant's CFO.

Breakingviews: In Buying LinkedIn, Microsoft Might Pay Heed to Monster

Monster Worldwide, a former competitor of LinkedIn, has been sold to Randstad Holding of the Netherlands for a fraction of its former value.

UPDATE 2-Randstad bids $429 million for U.S. rival Monster

AMSTERDAM, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Randstad, the world's second-largest staffing company, said on Tuesday it planned to acquire Monster Worldwide, the dotcom-era survivor that owns Monsterboard and Jobs.com, for $429 million in cash and assumed debt.

Monster.com bought for $429 million

Finding a job — on an old-school site, anyway — is now worth $429 million.  In a deal announced Tuesday the Dutch human resources company Randstad will acquire Monster.com, the job search site for that price.  Founded in 1999, Monster is one of the oldest and largest online job search resources.…

The disruptor disrupted: Why Monster had to sell itself to Randstad for $429 million

During the original dot-com bubble, Monster Worldwide was omnipresent, with Super Bowl ads and a sky-high stock market valuation. That it survived so long, when so many of its bubble brethren went kaput, is something of an achievement. But the announcement today of the sale of the company to human r…

Online recruitment giant Monster acquired by Randstad for $429 million

Online recruitment behemoth Monster has been acquired by Netherlands-based human resources (HR) consulting giant Randstad in a deal worth $429 million. A result of the merger between The Monster Board (TMB) and Online Career Center (OCC) in 1999, Monster emerged as one of the preeminent brands in th…
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