we do wonderful work
A career in our business is more than a job. You are connecting people with the opportunities that will move their lives forward. You are connecting great organizations with people who can drive a company’s success in a competitive global market. It is a vision that brings to life the value we call “The Human Intelligence Advantage.”
You may contribute through your skills in sourcing, recruiting, contingent workforce management, technology, administration, management, sales, marketing, leadership and more. Every member of our team makes the lives of our colleagues, clients and candidates better. That kind of effort is rewarding, it’s challenging, and it keeps us growing. However you contribute, you are in the right place, because at Randstad Sourceright, we do wonderful work.
Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO): From around the world, today’s smartest companies turn to Randstad Sourceright to drive their talent acquisition initiatives. We apply the best in recruiting strategy, technology, analytics, employer branding, compliance and every aspect of talent acquisition and management to keep our clients ahead.
Managed Services Programs (MSP): The flexible workforce is growing, and companies are relying on Randstad Sourceright to help them manage an increasingly complex mix of contingent workforce suppliers, contractors and freelancers that make up this vital portion of the talent pool. As a global leader in MSP, we provide innovative approaches to strategy, technology and customer care to help companies improve quality, control costs, enhance business agility and turn the flexible workforce into a talent advantage.
Integrated Talent Solutions: The traditional silos that separate employee recruiting and flexible workforce engagement are coming down. Through our integrated talent solutions, we help companies redefine their approach to talent by managing their strategy for the entire workforce. Whether the best person for the job is a contingent worker, contractor, freelancer or permanent employee, we give companies the ability to secure great talent from across the entire workforce.
a smart career move
Opportunity: We are a leader in a growing industry for solutions addressing employee talent acquisition and contingent workforce needs. As part of Randstad, one of the world’s largest providers of HR and staffing solutions, we are poised for continued growth on a global scale.
Integrity: We apply the same integrity and commitment to excellence that drives client success to foster career satisfaction and growth for every member of our team. Innovation, service excellence, great people and a spirit of partnership are hallmarks of our employee and talent experience.
Success: With a broad range of solutions, a global footprint, a portfolio of leading clients and a team at the forefront of its industry, Randstad Sourceright provides employees and flexible workers the opportunities and advantages to achieve career success, today and into the future.
Take a moment to learn more about us and think about the wonderful work you can do!
I worked at Randstad Sourceright (Less than a year)
This was a great place to work, there was flexibility with scheduling, working remotely, and great benefits
There wasn't much communication with the staff on company closures, or guidelines.
I applied online. I interviewed at Randstad Sourceright (Fort Worth, TX) in December 2017.
I was emailed by a Recruiter that she came across my resume in their database and believed that I was a good fit. She included some information about the job description and job requirement which I am familiar since I applied for that position. One of the requirements that was posted on the job board (and on the email she sent me) is "Bilingual in Spanish is preferred but not required." A phone interview schedule was set but on the date and time of interview, I didn't received a call from the Recruiter so I waited for 15 minutes and still no call was received. I emailed to check if interview will be rescheduled which she replied with her apologies. The phone interview was rescheduled the following day. On the day of phone interview, her first question was if I speak Spanish. I replied "no" then she immediately told me that I am not qualified for the position since speaking Spanish is required then ended the call. I was so disappointed because of how she handled the call and how their job ad says, "Bilingual in Spanish is PREFERRED but not REQUIRED." They should have indicated in their job posting that Bilingual in Spanish is REQUIRED. Now, I am no longer sure if I am still to apply on any job posting with "......Preferred but not required" requirement.
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