With great success comes great responsibility and being an ethical corporate citizen is important to Robert Half. We recognize the importance of serving our communities and Robert Half supports both a variety of local and international programs which provide employees an opportunity to lend a hand.
In Japan, we raised ¥100,000 to provide aid to the worst hit areas of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. The money was used to fund a two tone truck to make the seven hour drive north to Iwate Prefecture to deliver much needed food, clothing, books and toys. Robert Half employees also volunteered to load the truck for the journey.
Above: Robert Half employees volunteer to load a truck to send supplies to earthquake and tsunami affected areas.
August 2010 saw four members of the Robert Half leadership team embark on The National Three Peaks Challenge, which involved climbing the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales within 24 hours. Our Asia Pacific managing director, David Jones, was part of this team and after successful completion of the challenge, a combined total of just under $10,000 was raised for our nominated charities including UNICEF, Motor Neurone Disease Association, World Cancer Research Fund UK, SOS Children’s Villages and the American Cancer Society.