• We specialize in staffing great metro Philadelphia companies with the dependable refugee workforce, utilizing both temporary and permanent (direct hire) solutions to meet your specific needs. Whether you’re in the warehouse, construction, hospitality, or manufacturing industry, we’re confident we can help fill your critical labor shortages.
  • Your time is valuable. We’ll help you make the most of it by taking care of workers comp and payroll and sending you one single invoice per week.
  • Our talented Philadelphia employees come to you e-verified, background checked, and drug tested so you can rest easy knowing you have a top-quality team.
  • Our friendly Philadelphia staffing team is dedicated to exceptional customer service.
  • At Amplio, we connect you with an entirely different labor pool than traditional staffing agencies. The dependable refugee workforce will help increase efficiency, and end frustrating turnover for good.

Make labor shortages a problem of the past. Call our Philadelphia staffing office today to learn more about the many benefits of hiring refugees via Amplio Recruiting.

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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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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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Philadelphia's Refugee Community

• In FY 2019, the state of Pennsylvania resettled 1065 of the total 14,808 refugees the United States admitted.

• A significant portion of these new arrivals made their home in Metro Philadelphia.

• Philadelphia, PA is a vastly diverse community that views refugees and immigrants as assets to their local economy. After years of steady decline, the immigrant population has been a significant driver of growth since 2000.

• Immigrants make up nearly 20% of Philadelphia’s labor force, despite comprising only 15% of the population. Collectively, they paid $7.4 billion taxes in 2017.