Randstad and Vip District first joined forces during the pandemic. Randstad had come to the conclusion that it needed to tackle challenges it was facing in its HR department, and it couldn’t do so alone. Their primary objective at that time, was to expand their employee benefit package, thus increasing their purchasing power. The first step in the initiative was the introduction of the Discount Club module. The collaboration then evolved into the creation of a multifaceted platform that streamlined Randstad’s internal HR processes, additionally introducing reward and incentive programmes. Their collaborative efforts not only met, but exceeded expectations, leaving a significant and positive global impact on Randstad’s human resources management.
Randstad’s HR department had previously established partnerships providing employee discounts, but this setup lacked complete digital integration. Moreover, their platform was not user-friendly and the e-commerce partner network was also notably limited, meaning partnership management was a time-consuming task for the team.
Another challenge lay in administering employee incentives. The manual, slow, and intricate process of managing, delivering, and overseeing incentives posed a significant obstacle.
Randstad: the future of Human Resources
Since its foundation in 1960, Randstad has become a global (and Portuguese) authority in flexible labour solutions and human resources. Its services include temporary employment opportunities, outsourcing, in-house services, career guidance, relocation, selection, and assessment and development. Boasting around 20,000 internal and external employees, Randstad once again secured the award for the best recruitment and selection company in 2023, reaffirming its status as the premier global service provider. Randstad has also been recognized as a leading company in Health and Wellness, winning Best Wellness Programme.
- 20,000 internal and external employees
- +60 years of experience