Robert Half and Paychex Under Review: Key Factors Aiding the Industry

    Robert Half and Paychex Under Review: Key Factors Aiding the Industry

  PR Newswire

  LONDON, February 27, 2013

LONDON, February 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

An increase in the private sector hiring and corporations' constant efforts to
reduce cost, especially in tough, competitive business environment have been
beneficial to the staffing and outsourcing service providers like Robert Half
International Inc. (NYSE: RHI) and Paychex Inc. (NASDAQ: PAYX). StockCall has
released free charting and technical research on these two aforementioned
companies. Register to read these reports at

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Robert Half International Inc. announced robust fourth quarter results

Robert Half International is the world's first and largest specialized
staffing firm, a recognized leader in professional consulting and staffing
services, and is the parent company of ProtivitiĀ®, a global consulting and
internal audit firm composed of experts in risk, advisory and transaction
services. For the fourth quarter, the company reported Net Income growth of
37.5% to $58.6 million, or $0.42 per share on Revenues of $1.03 billion, which
grew by 5.8% over fourth quarter of 2011. For full year 2012, Net Income grew
by 40% to $209.9 million, or $1.50 per share, on Revenues of $4.11 billion
which reported a growth of 8.7%. Sign up for the free report on Robert Half
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Harold M. Messmer Jr., Chairman and CEO of Robert Half International, said:
"We were pleased with the fourth quarter financial results for the company.
Global operating income was up 35 percent as a result of continued
gross-margin expansion, lower selling, general and administrative expense
ratios, and a solid fourth quarter for Protiviti. This is the 11th consecutive
quarter in which net income and earnings per share have grown 20 percent or
more on a year-over-year basis."

Messmer added, "Revenue growth in our staffing operations reflects ongoing
demand for skilled talent on an interim and full-time basis, most notably in
the United States."

Paychex Inc. reports second quarter results

Paychex Inc. is a leading provider of payroll, human resources and benefits
outsourcing solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses. For the second
quarter of fiscal 2013, the company reported Net Income of $147.9 million, or
$0.41 per share, on Revenues of $559.4 million, thereby representing 5%
earnings and revenue sales growth over second quarter of fiscal 2012. Payroll
service revenue increased 1% to $377.0 million while Human Resource Services
revenue increased 12% to $182.4 million. The Paychex Inc. free technical
report can be accessed by signing up at

http://www.StockCall.com/PAYX022713.pdf

Martin Mucci, President and Chief Executive Officer of Paychex Inc.,
commented, "We made solid progress in the second quarter. While payroll
services revenue grew modestly at 1.4%, impacted by client disruptions from
Hurricane Sandy, Human Resource Services revenue grew at a double-digit rate
as we continue to experience success in selling value-added solutions to our
clients. Checks per payroll increased 1.2% for the quarter over the previous
year. We are seeing good results from our selling efforts in the small
business market and are well-positioned for our peak selling season. In
addition, our client retention levels remain near historic high rates
generated by our employees' commitment to client satisfaction. During the
quarter, we introduced our industry-leading online client report center and
acquired ExpenseWire, an online expense management solution for our mid-market
clients."

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