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Randstad Q3 Underlying EBITA At 298 Mln Euros, Above Expectations
Randstad Q2 Underlying EBITA Of EUR 277 Mln Misses Expectations
Randstad Q1 Adjusted Net Income Stable At 158 Million Euros
Randstad NV, formerly Randstad Holding NV, is a staffing services provider based in the Netherlands. It has three main service concepts: The Staffing concept recruits workers with secondary education through temporary or permanent placement, as well as offers human resources (HR) solutions, including payroll services, outplacement, outsourcing and consultancy, among others; the Inhouse services concept provides on-site workforce solutions for managing employees with specific skills, primarily in the manufacturing and logistics segments, and the Professionals concept covers the recruitment of supervisors, managers, professionals, interim specialists and consultants with professional qualifications, in fields such as engineering, information technology (IT), finance, HR, legal, and marketing and communication. The Company operates in the Netherlands, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States, among others. It also owns twago, an online freelance marketplace.
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Jacques W. van den Broek
Chairman of the Executive Board, Chief Executive Officer
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Henry R. Schirmer
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Member of the Executive Board
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Netherlands-based staffing group Randstad <RAND.AS> on Tuesday said its underlying earnings fell 4% in the second quarter, below analyst forecasts, due to a slowdown in Europe, particularly among German automotive manufacturers.
The chief financial officer of Netherlands-based staffing group Randstad <RAND.AS> on Tuesday said the company expects weakness in Europe, which dragged down its second quarter performance, to continue throughout 2019.
The chief financial officer of Netherlands-based staffing group Randstad on Tuesday said the company expects weakness in Europe, which dragged down its second quarter performance, to continue throughout 2019.
Netherlands-based staffing company Randstad <RAND.AS> beat first-quarter earnings forecasts on Wednesday, helped by stabilizing markets in Europe, apart from Germany, and growth in North America.
Netherlands-based Randstad , which rivals Switzerland's Adecco as the largest global staffing company, on Wednesday posted better-than-expected first quarter earnings, citing stabilising European markets.
The chief financial officer of Randstad, the world's second-largest staffing company, on Tuesday said a slide in major European markets seen late last year had stabilised at the beginning of 2019.
Randstad, the world's second-largest staffing company, does not expect sales in its largest European markets to turn positive in the final months of the year after slipping in the third quarter, its finance chief said on Tuesday.
Randstad, the second-largest global staffing group, does not expect sales in Europe to return to growth this year after a slowdown in the third quarter, its chief financial officer said on Tuesday.
Randstad, the world's second-largest staffing company, on Tuesday posted a 4 percent rise in core earnings to 299 million euros ($343 million), in line with market forecasts.
Randstad, the world's second-largest staffing company, said on Tuesday underlying earnings rose 8 percent in the second quarter, driven by growth in all its key markets, slightly beating market expectations.
Randstad reported a 4 percent rise in core first-quarter profit on Tuesday but shares in the second-largest staffing company fell on underperformance at U.S. unit Monster.
* Shares up 2.8 pct, company proposes record dividend (Updates with details, quotes)
Randstad, the world's second-largest staffing company, said on Tuesday its fourth-quarter core profit rose 15 percent to 307 million euros ($378.3 million), buoyed by a strong recovery in the European job markets.
A U.S. appeals court on Monday agreed with staffing firm Randstad that its employees who recruit and place workers are exempt from overtime pay, but said other employees who are primarily engaged in sales and marketing may not be.
* Q3 revenue up 10 percent to 5.87 billion euros vs f'cast 5.9 bln
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* Randstad signs agreement with Livehire to launch a talent community in Singapore Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (email@example.com)
Randstad, the world's second-largest staffing agency, said on Tuesday its core profit rose 9 percent to 262 million euros ($305.33 million) in the second quarter, roughly in line with market forecasts.
* Sees only limited acquisition activity this year (Adds details, CFO comments)
* Randstad completes acquisition of Monster Worldwide to accelerate its digital human resources strategy
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