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Archive for the 'Customer Service' Category

Company hires for customer service jobs in Connecticut

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

TD Bank recently announced it is hiring for customer service jobs in Connecticut.

They are looking for at least 90 people.

The bank wants to recruit people for customer service, financial service, sales and teller roles, which are considered to be both entry-level and mid-senior level positions depending on each individual opening. The new jobs offer benefit packages that are competitive within the banking customer service industry.

The bank said it looks to hire people who will keep the customer experience in mind, and possess skill sets that include exceptional customer service and/or previous sales experience. Indicative of the bank’s recruitment strategy, TD wants to attract talented individuals who are looking for careers – not just jobs – with a growing institution, and who will leverage the company’s employee training programs to become versatile team members capable of serving in various roles throughout their careers with TD Bank.

AT&T cuts customer service jobs in Connecticut

Sunday, December 18th, 2011

Wireless giant AT&T is reportedly slashing 100 customer service jobs in Connecticut.

The company is also shuttering its its service center in Old Saybrook.

Leaders of Local 1298 of the Communications Workers of America is representing the workers in Connecticut.

The company informed the union that it was cutting one-third of the over 300 phone operator jobs at its Old Saybrook, Waterbury, Hamden and New London locations. (more…)

Cable company hires for customer service jobs in Connecticut

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

Comcast said last month that it is making an aggressive leap to hire for dozens of customer service jobs in Connecticut.

Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy joined Comcast officials at the company’s state-of-the-art call center in Enfield today to announce that the company is hiring 100 full-time customer service representatives through the end of this year at the facility, bringing its Connecticut workforce to nearly 1,600. These jobs are a result of Comcast’s continued commitment to deliver a superior customer experience and to keep up with the explosion of demand for its Xfinity products and services, including Xfinity TV, Xfinity Internet and Xfinity Voice.

Candidates interested in customer service careers can attend an Open House being held at the call center (located at 1 Vision Drive in Enfield) on Monday, June 27th, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM; and from 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM.
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Comcast recruiting for customer service jobs in Connecticut

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

Comcast has announced it is recruiting for customer service jobs in Connecticut.

Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy joined Comcast officials at the company’s state-of-the-art call center in Enfield today to announce that the company is hiring 100 full-time customer service representatives through the end of this year at the facility, bringing its Connecticut workforce to nearly 1,600. These jobs are a result of Comcast’s continued commitment to deliver a superior customer experience and to keep up with the explosion of demand for its Xfinity products and services, including Xfinity TV, Xfinity Internet and Xfinity Voice.
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AT&T Hiring for Customer Service Rep Jobs in Connecticut

Monday, August 9th, 2010

AT&T has announced they are hiring for a plethora of customer service rep jobs in Connecticut.

AT&T said it will host job fairs this week in New Haven and Rocky Hill to help fill more than 75 open positions across Connecticut.

These new positions are a direct result of the continued expansion of AT&T’s growing business segments — U-verse and wireless. From 2007 through 2009, AT&T’s total capital investment in its Connecticut wireless and wireline networks was nearly $825 million. Openings include but are not limited to U-verse technicians, door-to-door sales, retail sales and sales management. (more…)

Customer Service Jobs in Connecticut’s Pocket

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

A new cell phone company is creating plenty of customer service jobs in Connecticut.

Pocket, a small cell phone network based in Texas, is planning to open a Northeast call center in Bloomfield, a move that will create 400 Connecticut jobs. According to an article by WFSB, the jobs will be in everything from customer service to engineering positions. So far, 120 employees have already been hired, many who were previously out of work after losing their jobs with other local companies like Nesco.

Pocket already held two training classes, during which time 25 people began learning to become sales managers and sales associates. Currently, future employees are learning telecommunications terminology, and will soon learn how to ring up a sale. The company plans to hold a job fair in New Haven sometime in January.

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Customer Service Jobs in Connecticut Could be Saved

Friday, November 7th, 2008

While AT&T Inc. recently announced its plans to make cuts, officials are doing their part to save customer service jobs in Connecticut.

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal last week asked state regulators to block any cuts pending an investigative hearing. However, according to an article by the New Haven Register, regulators do not normally get involved in labor issues.

AT&T announced in October that it planned to close its Meriden call center, eliminating 60 jobs and relocating the work to Michigan. Anyone losing a job would have the option of applying for another job within the company in Connecticut.

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Customer Service Jobs in Connecticut Cut by AT&T

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

A large communications company recently announced it would cut several customer service jobs in Connecticut.

AT&T has announced its plans to move 60 customer service positions from the company’s Meriden, Connecticut office to Michigan. Connecticut state officials have backlashed against the decision, fearing the company’s local customer service department will suffer, according to an article by the Hartford Courant. The cuts come shortly after Connecticut saw the loss of 1,000 jobs.

AT&T has told maintenance administrators, who take calls from customers in need of land-line phone repairs and then dispatch crews, that the company would be closing its dispatch office in Meriden and moving their jobs to a Michigan office. The administrators will have the option of relocating to Michigan, transferring to a different department in Connecticut or taking a severance package of up to a year’s pay.

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