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annual report 2013
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Sound corporate governance is a key component of Randstad’s culture, behavior and management and is consistent with its core values. Randstad’s corporate governance is supported by a strong focus on integrity, transparency and clear and timely communication. The business processes throughout the organization incorporate transparency for both external reporting and the management of activities around the world. Good governance and proper supervision are important prerequisites for generating and maintaining trust in Randstad and its management.

Randstad’s governance structure is based on the requirements of Dutch legislation, the company’s articles of association and the rules and regulations of NYSE Euronext, complemented by internal policies and procedures. Given the worldwide exposure of Randstad and its businesses, the international context is of vital importance and both national and international developments are closely monitored.

Randstad has always sought to enhance and improve its governance in line with the Dutch corporate governance code (‘the code’, which can be found at www.commissiecorporategovernance.nl) and international best practices. Any substantial changes in Randstad’s corporate governance structure and its compliance with the code will be submitted to the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders.