• We provide temporary and permanent staffing solutions for companies in construction, manufacturing, and hospitality industries.
  • We offer workers comp and payroll for a negotiated length of time and send you a weekly invoice, just like any other vender.
  • We e-verify, background check, and drug test every potential placement for your company. (Read why drug tests are rarely an issue with our workforce here.)
  • We are dedicated to nothing less than exceptional customer service.
  • We connect you with a largely untapped labor pool— the dependable refugee workforce.

Phone

470-588-0400

Business Office

2897 North Druid Hills Road #150
Atlanta, GA
30329‎

Recruiting Office

3529 Church St Suite D
Clarkston, GA
30021

Hire reliable employees today

Amplio is ready to staff your business with our dependable refugee workforce. Tell us what your team needs and we’ll find you the perfect fit.

Luke Keller

President
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Stephen Assink

Atlanta Staffing Managing Director
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Glory B. Nix

Atlanta Client Care Manager
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Bethelhem Bidiglen

Recruiting Specialist
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Yonten Basnet

Recruiting Coordinator
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Zinah Ghazi

Database Manager
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Sana Hajizada

Administrative Coordinator
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Katie Gibson

Marketing Coordinator
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Sophie Stoddard

Marketing Assistant
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Chris Chancey

Founder & CEO
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Atlanta’s Refugee Community

A state known for its southern hospitality, Georgia has long been a popular landing pad for many refugees arriving in the U.S.

The “Peach State” welcomed just under 1,000 refugees in the final fiscal quarter of 2016 alone, surpassed only by a handful of larger, more populated states including California and Texas.

The majority of these have settled in a 1.4 square mile stretch of land in East Atlanta, a little town called Clarkston. But what makes this former farmland a desirable destination for new arrivals? The answer lies in its proximity to Atlanta, which puts it just within reach of public transportation, while being far enough away for plenty of affordable housing.