News : Alorica in Colorado Springs Shuts Down, Over 200 Laid Off
Colorado Springs, CO, USA, Nov 1, 2017 -- A California company will eliminate nearly 300 jobs in Colorado Springs when it closes its local call center by the end of the year.
According to a letter to the Department of Labor, the Alorica facility on Corporate Drive will move positions to other facilities around the country.
Back in April, another company "Express Scripts" closed a similar call center in Pueblo.
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