About us

Openjobmetis S.p.A. is an employment agency that has been on the Italian market for over 19 years. Its activity is to supply, recruit, outplacement and train personnel.

Openjobmetis is the number one operator of the sector listed on the Borsa Italiana MTA. It serves as a bridge linking companies that are looking for personnel with the resources who in turn are seeking employment, with the goal of optimally cross-referencing employment demand and supply.

Owing to its solid experience gained over the years, to its investments geared toward supporting growth and to the continuous innovation and personalisation of its customer services, Openjobmetis is one of the leading operators in the sector and boasts a turnover at year-end 2018 of about Euro 594,3 million.

Openjobmetis offers a wide range of services. In this way, the Group is able to meet all the needs of companies and to ensure "good" flexibility, namely the use of qualified personnel - in observance of the worker's rights and duties - and promptness in its supply.

In recent years, a specialization path has been undertaken thanks to which, today, Openjobmetis operates through seven divisions: Naval, Agri-Food, Diversity Talent, Horeca, I & CT, Industrial and Healthcare.

In addition to the specialized divisions, the Big Clients Division includes, in addition, two business lines dedicated to Large-scale Retail Trade and Bank and Finance.

The range of services is completed by the subsidiaries active in different HR areas: https://www.openjobmetis.it/en/subsidiaries

Openjobmetis operates throughout Italy with a widespread network of more then 130 branches.

The Group numbers over 630 direct employees and operations that supplies workers to over 7500 companies. 

All Openjobmetis branches are certified according to UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 by the certification body Certiquality *.



Openjobmetis is a member of Assosomm, the national association for the category of Private Employment Agencies and adheres to Forma.Temp, the fund for the training of contract workers