Amid the recession, Robert Half is trying to profit from the growing pool of experienced workers


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Published in Businss Week, May 21 2009 by Aili McConnon

The recession is proving tough for staffing giant Robert Half International. Sales plunged by a third in the first quarter and earnings dropped 88% as companies were reluctant to hire temp workers. But the $4.6 billion Menlo Park (Calif.) firm is seeing a way to boost its bottom line once hiring picks up: tapping into a pool of skilled baby boomers looking for work.

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