Following invaluable consultation with its stakeholders, Randstad HR Solutions has rebranded to Randstad Student Support and Randstad Worker Support to present a more accurate view of the service it provides – ensuring that students and employees with additional needs are given the opportunity to succeed in their studies and place of work.
The consultation has also triggered a restructure of the Randstad Student Support and Randstad Worker Support teams.
Randstad Student Support and Randstad Worker Support work in partnership with universities, colleges, workplaces and job centres to provide disability support workers to people needing support with undertaking their study and work. The company currently supports over 13,000 people with disabilities across the UK, who are funded via Disabled Students Allowance, Access to Work or other private or public funding streams.
At zero cost to the organisation, Randstad Student Support and Randstad Worker Support can provide notetakers, readers, job aides, mobility support, IT trainers, laboratory support, interpreters, dyslexia tuition, mentors, mental health specialists, library assistants, scribes and study skills tuition.
Vicky Short, operations director at Randstad Student Support and Randstad Worker Support comments: “As specialists in our field, we are continually seeking to achieve the best possible service for our stakeholders. Recent research, via an external research company, identified the need for this rebrand, along with a restructure of our team, to ensure that our passion for people to live an inclusive lifestyle is at the core of everything that we do.”