Our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion
As a global organisation, at Robert Half we understand how important it is to recognise the different backgrounds, life experiences and cultures among our staff and within the communities we serve.
Equality, diversity and inclusion are essential elements of our corporate culture. We strive to create a work environment in which all individuals are treated fairly and with respect, have equal access to opportunities and resources. We work hard to attract a diverse pool of applicants, assist people to find career opportunities where they can thrive, and support our employees to build long-term careers at Robert Half. Embracing equality, diversity and inclusion also helps us better serve the needs of the job seekers and hiring managers we work with each day.
As the leader in specialised staffing, our mission is to:
- Help businesses grow by matching the right talent to their specialised staffing and consulting needs, and build rewarding careers for the professionals we place
- Adhere to a philosophy of ‘Ethics First’ in everything we do
- 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
Our history of diversity and inclusion
Robert Half’s commitment to diversity and inclusion has its roots in the values of our founder, Robert Half. He was a catalyst for positive change in the employment industry. He lobbied against discriminatory hiring policies that were common at the time and led the successful effort to eliminate separate male and female job listings in major newspapers.
In our commitment to building happier, more engaged and productive workplaces, we will ensure that equality, diversity and inclusion is at the heart of what we do.
For the third year, Robert Half was selected for the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index for our commitment to promoting equality, creating opportunities for women to succeed and providing a culture that supports diversity.