MENLO PARK, Calif., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Robert Half International again was named to Newsweek magazine's Green Rankings, a list of the greenest big companies in the United States. This is the second year the company has been included on the list.
To create the rankings, Newsweek partnered with environmental researchers to assess the actual environmental footprint and management of that footprint (including policies and strategies), and environmental reputation of the largest publicly traded U.S. companies and the largest publicly traded companies based in developed and emerging markets.
"We are pleased with this distinction," said Reesa Staten, senior vice president of corporate communications for Robert Half International. "Maintaining socially and environmentally responsible practices is part of our ongoing commitment to being good partners in the local business communities we serve."
Founded in 1948, Robert Half International Inc., the world's first and largest specialized staffing firm, is a recognized leader in professional consulting and staffing services, and is the parent company of Protiviti®, a global business consulting and internal audit firm composed of experts in risk, advisory and transaction services. The company's specialized staffing divisions include Accountemps®, Robert Half® Finance & Accounting and Robert Half® Management Resources, for temporary, full-time and senior-level project professionals, respectively, in the fields of accounting and finance; OfficeTeam®, for highly skilled office and administrative support professionals; Robert Half® Technology, for project and full-time technology professionals; Robert Half® Legal, for project and full-time staffing of lawyers, paralegals and legal support personnel; and The Creative Group®, for creative, advertising, marketing, web and public relations professionals.
Robert Half International has staffing and consulting operations in more than 400 locations worldwide.
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