• We specialize in temporary and permanent (direct hire) staffing solutions for companies 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.
  • Our staff is committed to your satisfaction through exceptional customer service.
  • While other Detriot staffing companies pull from the same labor pool, we connect you with a largely untapped labor pool — the dependable refugee workforce

Make Amplio Recruiting your go-to labor shortage solution. Increased efficiency, reduced turnover, and savings are just a few of the many benefits you’ll experience when you hire the refugee workforce. Contact us today to learn more.

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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Ken Bresser

Detroit Staffing Managing Director
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John Kirby

Detroit Staffing Business Development 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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Detroit’s Refugee Community

Metro Detroit is an incredibly ethnically diverse city. The Hamtramck community is at the center of this diversity and stands as the most internationally diverse city in Michigan with more than 40% Known in the 20th century as a vibrant center of Polish American life and culture, Hamtramck has continued to attract immigrants, especially Bangladeshis. In 2015, its city council became the first majority Muslim city council in the U.S.

In the 1970s, refugees began resettling in Dearborn, Troy and Clinton Township and eventually found there way to Hamtramck as a gathering place for people of any faith and culture background. Refugees and immigrants in Michigan have long been engaged in blue collar work, first supporting the booming automobile manufacturing industry and now engaged in various aspects of manufacturing, warehousing, construction and hospitality around Metro Detroit.

Click here to read more about Detroit's vibrant refugee community.