Randstad N.V. is a leading global HR services company. The company, which is headquartered in Diemen, Netherlands, provides work for more than 670,000 people
around the world each day.

With anything less than 80% of approval from shareholders on remuneration policies now deemed as negative by stakeholders (compared to 50% five years ago), and justification requirements increasing (inpart due to implementation of the Shareholders’ Right Directive II in Europe), companies’ remuneration policies are coming
under greater scrutiny.

Going into the next proxy season, Randstad wants to know which KPIs are being used by other companies to form their own opinion and they also want to compare executive remuneration against peers’ and understand how they will be perceived by proxy advisors like ISS and Glass Lewis.

Read the full story here and find out why Ranstad now goes into their AGMS with greater confidence and how they are able to make data-based decisions rather than assumptions.

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