• We specialize in temporary and permanent (direct hire) staffing solutions in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for positions in the warehouse, hospitality, construction and manufacturing industries.
  • We provide workers comp and payroll, and make the process easy by sending you a weekly invoice, just like any other vendor.
  • Our talented employees come to you already e-verified, background checked, and drug tested.
  • Your satisfaction is our priority. That’s why you can count on us for first-rate customer service every time.
  • While other recruiters are fighting over the same labor pool, we’re the only Dallas-Fort Worth staffing company connecting you with a completely different one – the motivated and dependable refugee workforce.

At Amplio Recruiting, we would love to be your go-to for all your labor shortage needs. We’re confident in the energy and efficiency the refugee workforce will bring to your workplace.

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

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Richard Brindley

Dallas-Fort Worth Staffing Managing Director
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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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Dallas-Fort Worth’s Refugee Community

Despite recent contention regarding resettlement, Texas continues to be home to a growing and vibrant refugee community. In 2016, Texas received 7,803 refugees, the second-most of any state, falling just behind California. The Dallas area was responsible for settling more than 4,000 of these—the highest of any city in the U.S.

In Dallas, nearly 1 out of every 4 inhabitants were born outside of the United States. One factor could be that Texas actually lives up to its reputation of being “The Friendly State”. Former Amplio Dallas Managing Director, Abby Davis, explains, “There is a great openness to refugees, and learning about them. I may be biased, but this is the friendliest place you could ever live. There’s a spirit of helpfulness.”