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100 call-center jobs coming to Clearwater

25 August 2011

A New Jersey-based telemarketing company is planning to open a new office in Clearwater and hire more than 100 employees.

Read more at: http://www2.tbo.com/business/business/2011/aug/25/spbizo1-business-briefs-ar-252759/

DialAmerica looking to hire more than 60 employees

18 September 2011

Dial America put out the call for job applicants and the company says it's latest round of hiring was a huge success.

Read more at: http://www.baynews9.com/article/news/2011/september/314669/Dial-America-looking-to-hire-more-than-60-employees




100 jobs to stay at Clearwire, but call center will relocate

26 November 2011

About 100 remaining employees at Clearwire in East Milton are getting an early Christmas present: their jobs are going to stay in the area.

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Amherst call centre could create up to 170 new jobs

13 December 2011

AMHERST — Fourteen months after a call centre pulled out of town, Amherst Mayor Robert Small said he welcomes the arrival of another.

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State Department of Revenue's call center gets additional workers to answer phones

1 December 2011

BATON ROUGE, La. — A year ago, 15,000 calls a month into the state Department of Revenue's call center went unanswered and officials were considering turning over its operation to a private company.

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APAC Customer Services Creating Pharmacy Jobs in Tucson Contact Center

13 December 2011

TUCSON, AZ, Dec 13, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- APAC Customer Services, Inc., a leader in global outsourced services and solutions, announced today that it is hiring Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians and Order Entry Clerks at its Tucson West facility. The Company has 160 immediate openings for these specialty positions, with more openings in these fields expected in 2012.

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Lowe's announces new Albuquerque support center

8 December 2011

Home improvement retail giant Lowe's will open a customer support center in Albuquerque and invest around $15 million in the new facility, the North Carolina company announced Thursday.

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Purple Communications™ Recruits for More than 100 Positions, Opens New Call Centers

6 December 2011

Purple Communications, Inc., a leading provider of innovative communications for people who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech-disabled, ends the year with an emphasis on growth and expansion, opening several call centers across the United States and hiring more than 50 video interpreters, as well as hiring several new professional, support and management positions. Currently, Purple is in the process of recruiting more than 100 additional interpreters and professional staff positions.

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/g/a/2011/12/06/prweb9016909.DTL#ixzz1h0V6FReD

Call center head finds perfect balance of work, service

14 December 2011

Fort Wayne—On a typical day, inquiries about garbage and leaf collections or pothole repairs keep phones at the City of Fort Wayne’s 3-1-1 call center ringing off the hook. From their cluster of cubicles at Citizens Square, call takers have handled every question imaginable—and they are ready with answers.

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GDOL to help fill 50 call-center jobs in Kennesaw

14 December 2011

KENNESAW — The Georgia Department of Labor’s Cobb-Cherokee Career Center will help Alorica recruit workers to fill more than 50 permanent job openings for customer service representatives to work at a call center in Kennesaw. 

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