Randstad Joins HireVeterans.com

jobsrandstad_01by Gordon Gates

With over 600 branch offices in the United States, Randstad is one of the largest recruitment agencies in the country. And for employment and recruitment agencies, being big has definite advantages for jobseekers. Their extended network of branch offices nationwide provides talent with a large pool of available jobs and allows Randstad to quickly fill positions for their clients in multiple locations with highly qualified personnel.

Their network of branches also allows Randstad to stay informed about local job market conditions. Agents at each branch are experts on the work opportunities in their areas and they make it their goal to fill these positions with the right candidates. The result is a mutually beneficial appointment where both the client and the talent are confident that they found the best fit.

To expand, Randstand has partnered up with HireVeterans.com, a leading edge job board for U.S. Veterans. Throught the partnership, Randstad expects to bring in Veterans to fill new jobs being created in the new economy.

Employment & Recruitment Agencies and the Randstad Difference

apply for jobs at randstadRandstad is one of the industry’s most renowned recruitment agencies because they successfully match people with the companies that will best develop their potential; and they match companies with the people who will take their business to the next level. They believe that creating the best solutions in HR services means always doing more, and going further. Employment & recruitment agencies need to understand both the present and future needs of their clients and candidates. Randstad truly understands that the better they know their clients and candidates, the better they can match their needs and find the perfect fit.

Randstad has 5 distinctive service lines:

* Staffing
* In-house Services
* Professionals
* Search & Placement
* HR solutions

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