Rebecca Henderson

Rebecca Henderson is CEO of Randstad Global Businesses and executive board member of Randstad. In this core leadership role, Rebecca brings more than 20 years of experience in all facets of talent acquisition solutions and technology. With deep insights and progressive perspectives, Rebecca steers Randstad Global Business’ development to ensure human capital leaders can play a strategic role in driving growth locally, across regions and globally. Rebecca is a highly regarded leader in the talent management field and has been recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts in “The Global Power 100 Hall of Fame.”

  • Forbes: advance ESG and DEI to increase engagement.

    Forbes: advance ESG and DEI to increase engagement.

    Companies support DEI, social justice and environmental efforts to create more meaningful workplaces and a more engaged workforce. See more in Forbes.

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  • Forbes: global community must prioritize gender equality.

    Forbes: global community must prioritize gender equality.

    Progress on gender equality at work has slowed in the last two years. Rebecca Henderson provides insights on how to close the gaps in Forbes.

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  • Forbes: prioritize workforce transformation in a recession.

    Forbes: prioritize workforce transformation in a recession.

    With the uncertainty of a recession ahead, companies can plan for any contingency by transforming their workforce. Rebecca Henderson provides insights in Forbes.

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  • Forbes: retired workers may be the answer to talent shortages.

    Forbes: retired workers may be the answer to talent shortages.

    With businesses struggling to attract talent, organizations can refocus their strategies for recruiting and retaining retired workers.

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  • Forbes: companies need to advocate for LGBTQ+ year round.

    Forbes: companies need to advocate for LGBTQ+ year round.

    Employers need to consider how to better support and engage members of the LGBTQ+ community in their workforce. Read Rebecca’s article in Forbes to learn how.

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  • Forbes: skilling & coaching key to economic recovery for women.

    Forbes: skilling & coaching key to economic recovery for women.

    Working women experienced disparity and set-backs during the pandemic. Rebecca Henderson, shares three ways companies can help women acquire more skills and earning power in Forbes.

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  • Forbes: why happiness at work matters

    Forbes: why happiness at work matters

    Gen Z and millennials would rather prioritize happiness and quit an unfulfilling job. Find out what that means for your business in Forbes.

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  • Forbes: 4 ways to #BreakTheBias and reverse setbacks.

    Forbes: 4 ways to #BreakTheBias and reverse setbacks.

    The pandemic had a disproportionate impact on women. Here’s how companies can give real meaning to this year’s International Women’s Day theme, #BreakTheBias.

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  • Forbes: empathy is your differentiator in the global talent shortage.

    Forbes: empathy is your differentiator in the global talent shortage.

    Jobseekers are in the driver’s seat and their hands are firmly on the steering wheel. See why empathy matters now more than ever.

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  • Forbes: 3 ways to bridge the tech skills gap in 2022.

    Forbes: 3 ways to bridge the tech skills gap in 2022.

    Employers need to address the expanding skills gap for in-demand jobs in IT and tech specialities. Here are three ways to do it.

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  • TED Ideas: 6 tips to help you adjust going back to the office.

    TED Ideas: 6 tips to help you adjust going back to the office.

    Employees are feeling anxious about returning to the office. How can you make this transition easier? Rebecca Henderson shares insights in TED Ideas.

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  • Forbes: returnships could help women back to work.

    Forbes: returnships could help women back to work.

    Nearly 1.8 million women dropped out of the labor force amid the pandemic. What steps can employers take to attract them back to the workforce and support their transition?

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  • Human Resource Executive: women’s lost income.

    Human Resource Executive: women’s lost income.

    The wave of women who left the workplace has had a debilitating impact on the U.S. economy. Read about highlights from the Women in HR Technology Summit.

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  • Human Resource Executive:  what can employers do to stop the she-cession?

    Human Resource Executive: what can employers do to stop the she-cession?

    COVID-19 drove women out of the workforce in record numbers. Are they poised to return to the same roles?

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  • Human Resource Executive: working women need a culture of inclusion.

    Human Resource Executive: working women need a culture of inclusion.

    The pandemic has been harsh on working women. Rebecca Henderson shares how employers can support and retain this critical segment of the workforce. Get insights in Human Resource Executive.

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  • Forbes: solving the labor shortage paradox.

    Forbes: solving the labor shortage paradox.

    Rebecca Henderson demystifies today’s labor shortages and provides tips for attracting and retaining talent. Get insights in Forbes.

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  • Forbes: using technology to drive skilling and the post-pandemic recovery.

    Forbes: using technology to drive skilling and the post-pandemic recovery.

    How can organizations use technology and predictive analytics to close the skills gap? Get insights in Forbes.

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  • Forbes: the new world of work needs a new social contract.

    Forbes: the new world of work needs a new social contract.

    How can the private sector, governments and education sector work together to develop a new social contract that provides equitable and inclusive opportunities for all workers? Find out in Forbes.

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  • Forbes: the pandemic has derailed women’s equity.

    Forbes: the pandemic has derailed women’s equity.

    Women accounted for 55% of the net job loss during the pandemic. How can employers and governments help women re-enter the workforce? Find out in Forbes.

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  • Forbes: organizations must improve skilling.

    Forbes: organizations must improve skilling.

    How should companies create effective skilling programs to close the skills gaps? Get tips in Forbes.

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