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Robert Half International Inc RHI Stock Quote

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No Material Changes to Our Long-Term View for Robert Half Following Third-Quarter Results

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Business Strategy and Outlook

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Robert Half should remain one of the leading global staffing firms in a highly fragmented industry. The company places skilled professionals in accounting, finance, and IT roles. We think its hold on small to midsize businesses will persist, given its ability to fill open roles quickly and these businesses' willingness to sign exclusive contracts. We believe this will yield greater profitability for Robert Half, despite operating in a highly cyclical industry.

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Business Description

Founded in 1948, Robert Half provides temporary, permanent, and project-based staffing to corporations seeking employees in the finance, accounting, and technology. It is one of the largest global staffing firms, operating hundreds of locations in several countries. Its Protiviti subsidiary provides risk and business consulting and internal audit services to corporations through scores of global offices. The firm generates annual revenue of over $5 billion and EBIT of over $400 million and has nearly 19,000 employees.

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2884 Sand Hill Road, Suite 200
Menlo Park, CA, 94025
Industry Staffing & Employment Services
Employees 191,600

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FAQs for Robert Half International Inc Stock

Yes. RHI has a forward dividend yield of 2.33%. See RHI’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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RHI’s market cap is 8.05 Bil.
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RHI’s stock style is Mid Core.
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RHI’s price/sales is 1.12.
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RHI’s price/forward earnings is 12.77.
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RHI’s price/book is 5.37.
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RHI’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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