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24 november 2022

OTTO Foundation donates to War Child to support children affected by war

Our OTTO Foundation supports the regions where many of our employees come from. The support varies from contributing to the development of these areas to helping people in difficult circumstances. Among this support is humanitarian and economical help to victims of war.

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18 oktober 2022

Collaboration OTTO Health Care and St. Luke’s Medical Center

Via OTTO Health Care, the first Asian nurses will start soon in Dutch hospitals, including  Haaglanden Medisch Centrum in Den Haag and Zuyderland Medisch Centrum in Limburg. These experienced and highly trained nurses are well prepared prior to their arrival to the Netherlands. In their home country they learn the Dutch language and culture for example. This makes them almost immediately deployable in the Dutch healthcare.

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27 juni 2022

OTTO Health Care signs partnership with Philippine hospital Cardinal Santos

OTTO Health Care, the sister organisation of OTTO Work Force, has signed a historic cooperation agreement at 4.00 a.m. this morning with Cardinal Santos in Manila, a very reputable and progressive hospital within a group of 19 Filipino hospitals. With this collaboration, we will be able to bring well-trained healthcare personnel to the Netherlands in a short period of time in order to relieve the pressure on the healthcare system.

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21 januari 2022

OTTO Work Force acquires axell employment

Axell Employment specializes in logistics and technical positions. OTTO Work Force wants to significantly increase growth in these market segments with the arrival of Axell. An increase that will make it even more possible to offer hard-working foreign workers a dignified life in the Netherlands and will help Dutch companies even better in their fight against staff shortages.

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