voluntary services overseas

​Randstad has a far-reaching partnership with VSO. This public – private partnership started in 2004 and is fully in line with Randstad’s long-standing commitment to sustainability. This year we celebrate the 11th anniversary of Randstad and VSO working side by side to fight poverty around the globe. Together, we have achieved a lot and we will continue to work towards building a more inclusive and sustainable society.​

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shaping young futures

At Randstad, we recognise that it is important to invest in our next generation of workers - the young Australians of today. That is why in 2015, we did launch the Randstad Shaping Young Futures program to help young Australians make the transition into the workforce. We hope to bring our recruitment expertise to develop the employment prospects of Australian Youth. ​

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day for daniel

Every year Randstad's specialist education recruitment division proudly support the Day for Daniel, an annual fundraising initiative run by the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.

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MATES in construction

Did you know that a construction worker is six times more likely to die from suicide than from a workplace fatality? Did you know that in 2012 alone 169 men and 2 women construction workers took their own lives in Australia? In that same year 30 workers died from construction accidents.

This is why the charity - MATES in Construction was formed with the specific goal to reduce the high level of suicide among Australian construction workers and to improve mental health. MATES in Construction operates in Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia.

This year Randstad proud to partner with Mates in Construction for the first time and hope that we can assist in having impact upon the construction industry in Australia and over time reduce the prevalence of suicide in this industry. MATES in Construction is based on the simple idea that “suicide is everyone’s business” and that if the building and construction industry in Australia is to improve the mental health and wellbeing of workers and to reduce suicide then it cannot be left to the mental health professionals, but rather everyone in the industry must play their part.

more about MATES in Construction