supplementary information

history

1960
Uitzendbureau Amstelveen founded in the Netherlands
1964
The company takes a new name: Randstad Uitzendbureau
1967
Creation of the Randstad logo and visual identity
1970
Randstad now has 32 branches in four countries
1977
Introduction of the core values
1978
Company name changes to Randstad Holding nv
1983
Staffing agency Tempo-Team acquired
1985
Randstad celebrates its silver jubilee; 257 branches in four countries
1988
Establishment of Randstad Option Fund for corporate employees
1990
Randstad shares are listed on the Amsterdam Sock Exchange
1993
Randstad starts activities in the US
1996
Randstad deploys 16,000 staffing employees at the Olympic Games in Atlanta
1998
Randstad Founder and president and CEO Frits Goldschmeding retires
1998/1999
International network doubled through acquisitions in the US, Germany and Spain
2007
Randstad, now present in 20 countries, is promoted to the AEX index
2008
Randstad and Vedior become one. Randstad becomes the second-largest HR services provider in the world
2010
Acquisition of FujiStaff Japan
2011
Acquisition of SFN Group
2013
Acquisition of part of the European Staffing activities of USG People
2014
Jacques van den Broek appointed CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board