Robert Half International News Release (04/23/13)
Robert Half International Inc. reported net income of $55.9 million on revenues of $1.02 billion for the first quarter of 2013, up from $48.3 million on revenues of $1.02 billion during the same period last year. On a same-day constant currency basis, global staffing revenues increased 2% year-to-year, with U.S. revenues growing by 6% and international staffing revenues declining by 9%.
Harold M. Messmer Jr., chairman and chief executive officer of Robert Half International, said, “We were pleased with the company’s overall performance in the first quarter. Demand for our professional services remained strongest in the U.S., most notably in our permanent placement, information technology staffing, and Protiviti operations. Despite softness in international markets, this is the 12th consecutive quarter in which both net income and earnings per share have grown 15% or more on a year-to-year basis.”
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