• At Amplio, we specialize in staffing positions within the warehouse, hospitality, construction, and manufacturing industries by offering both temporary and permanent (direct hire) solutions for your company.
  • Workers comp and payroll are included in our exceptional service. We streamline the process by sending you just one weekly invoice.
  • We e-verify, background check, and drug test every single applicant to ensure legal, motivated, drug-free workers every time.
  • If you’ve struggled to fill positions before, chances are you’ve been let down by traditional staffing. At Amplio, we guarantee personalized, real results that meet your company’s unique needs.
  • Amplio Recruiting is the only Detroit staffing agency sourcing talented, dependable workers solely from the refugee community. That means we’re not competing for the same, dry labor pool of unmotivated workers as other companies.

Make Amplio Recruiting your one-stop labor shortage solution. We believe the refugee workforce is the best-kept secret to increase efficiency, reduce turnover, and help your company thrive again. Call our Detroit team today to learn more about our services.

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.

John Kirby

Detroit Staffing Business Development Director
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Yonten Basnet

Recruiting Coordinator
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Detroit’s Refugee Community

• Michigan has a rich history of immigration dating back to the 20th century when families relocated to seize manufacturing jobs within the booming automobile industry.

• Michigan took in approximately 4% of all U.S. refugee arrivals in FY 2019 (which totaled 14,808 individuals), ranking them in the top 10 states for refugee resettlement.

• The city of Hamtramck, on the fringes of Metro Detroit, has long-been a top destination for refugees resettling in the state. New arrivals are drawn by the area’s affordable housing, accessibility, and abundance of blue-collar work.

• Hamtramck’s refugee community is peace-loving and eager to make a living working for local companies to keep the Detroit manufacturing economy booming.