Robert Half Re-launches Brand Identity with New Name and Logo

Robert Half, a specialised staffing firm, has introduced a new logo and other design updates for its full suite of professional staffing brands. The updated branding features a contemporary monogram logo and text that unites the company’s staffing and consulting services under the Robert Half umbrella.


The new brand emphasises the company’s full range of service offerings and long history in specialised staffing.


The new logo is designed for ease of use and readability in digital media formats, including web banners, social media and mobile applications. Robert Half has made similar modifications to the logos for several of its staffing divisions to create visual consistency across its various business lines.


Robert Half also announced it will no longer use the word “international” in its corporate branding, choosing instead to place full emphasis on the Robert Half name. Starting today, the corporate website address is  The company’s NYSE stock ticker remains RHI.


“Robert Half pioneered specialised financial recruitment, and throughout the past 65 years the name has become synonymous with excellence in professional staffing services,” says Harold M. Messmer, chairman and CEO of Robert Half. “The new logo and greater emphasis on the Robert Half brand showcases the company’s full breadth and depth of services while also paying homage to our rich history.”


In Hong Kong, Robert Half brands include Robert Half Finance & Accounting for temporary and full-time finance and accounting professionals; Robert Half Financial Services for professionals within finance and accounting,  operations, risk, compliance, investment banking and financial markets, and technology; Robert Half Management Resources for senior-level project professionals; Robert Half Technology, for information technology professionals; and Protiviti, a global consulting and internal audit firm composed of experts in risk, advisory and transaction services.

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