Some companies use call centers to effectively communicate with clients, and more customer service support could become available, thanks in part to increased hiring at several client support facilities.
In Forest, Virginia, the Inservice America call center will add 60 customer service jobs over the next year. Work It Lynchburg reports that the company plans to hire inbound and outbound client support specialists and is looking to fill these vacancies immediately. Additionally, the business will offer varying salaries and benefits for these customer service representatives.
Client support professionals in Keokuk, Iowa, may soon find ample opportunities at a local call center. According to WGEM-TV, call center company Thomas L. Cardella and Associates will hire more than 100 customer service experts in January 2013.
"It is a great opportunity," Brittany Jennings, a customer service representative at Thomas L. Cardella and Associates, told the news outlet. "[The company is] willing to work with everyone…I am glad they have more spots open."
Company officials said that they recently hired 30 customer service experts and intend to hire an additional 120 client support specialists in the near future. Center Director Corey Nemmers noted that the new team members could help the business boost its profits and significantly impact the local economy.
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