The Robert Walters Group celebrated another record-breaking Charity Day across all of its offices around the globe. From long-distance running to competitive eating challenges, team members raised over £145,900 for some very worthy causes.
"Volunteering with Global Angels is just one of the ways that working at Robert Walters makes you not just a better professional, but a better person." Tokyo-based senior manager Jonathan Quioco explains how our partnership with Global Angels is a game-changer in the recruitment industry.
When Natasha 'Tash' Kahn, administration manager for our Robert Walters Australia business in Sydney, was selected for a volunteer trip to Kenya in September 2018, she was excited to help change lives for the local community in Tsavo — but she didn't anticipate how the trip would change her life, as well.
To mark this year’s International Men’s Day, we caught up with our charity partners the Hairy Handlebars, to hear why they’re cycling from London to Tokyo in an effort to raise £30,000 for Movember.
Together with the Global Angels Foundation we’re helping to empower a community in Tsavo, Kenya by providing the resources they need to become sustainable. Myriam Gil shares her volunteering experience.
What will you be doing to mark Earth Day 2018? We share some of the ways we're helping to build a more sustainable future for us all.
Looking for a way to make a difference? Twice a year, eight members of staff from across the Robert Walters Group are given the opportunity to support international charity Global Angels’ work in Tsavo, a remote area of Kenya in East Africa.
In Australia, we proudly support North Bondi Surf Lifesaving Club and the work they do to keep Iconic Bondi Beach safe.
Through a creative display of innovation and stamina, staff from across Robert Walters, Resource Solutions and Walters People came together to raise over £116,300 for charities around the world on our sixth annual Global Charity Day.