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Personnel placement

In 1998, German legislation terminated the strict labour exchange monopoly of the Federal Labour Office. This decision made personnel placement also possible for private employment agencies.

Since this time, not only the duties and name of the German Labour Office have changed, but also the ways of recruiting. Employment ads in newspapers are loosing importance.

The use of electronic media and the placing of orders with external personnel services are increasing.

Meanwhile, many of our customers benefit from the liberalisation of the placement market. In 2013, we successfully completed 52 placement orders.

What we do

  • preparation of a job specification
  • design and placement of the job offer
  • if desired: we act as your contact
  • applicant phone service (‘hotline’)
  • selection of applications
  • selection of suitable applicants
  • presentation of applicants

Your benefits

  • discreet search for applicants
  • inclusion of the Amicus personnel database with more than ten thousand profiles
  • delegation of administrative routine tasks

Your contact

If you would like to learn more about this service, please contact Mister Hubert Klein (