News : Corporate Call Center to Hire Hundreds
Blue Bell, PA, USA, March 9, 2015 -- Corporate Call Center, a Blue Bell-based call center that serves the insurance, health care and financial industries, plans to hire several hundred new employees over the next several months.
In all, the company will hire at least 1,400 full- and part-time agents starting next month to assist the company during the Affordable Care Act and Medicare open enrollment periods. Most of the positions will be temporary.
All agents must have an active Accident & Health Insurance License to perform the work, but Corporate Call Center will provide and pay for the prelicensing coursework and exams for anyone not licensed. Students are trained and sent to the exam and also get to keep the license under their name.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About Corporate Call Center:
Corporate Call Center, Inc. (CCC) is an industry leading multi-channel contact solutions company specializing in the health insurance industry. CCC’s core business is helping our clients in the health insurance industry sell, retain and serve their customers efficiently in a high quality and compliant manner. CCC specializes in sales campaigns, membership enrollments, retention and member services. The company has established an expertise in supporting Under 65 direct pay and Over 65 Medicare products, Wellness programs, Life and diversified products, as well as specialized consumer campaigns. CCC partners with its clients to function seamlessly as an extension of their sales and customer service teams. Due to our significant experience in this complex and highly regulated industry, we have become a preeminent provider supporting sales and retention efforts with licensed insurance agents. These agents, in tandem with our robust sales tools and aids, have allowed CCC to lead in sales conversion and in customer experience (5 Star Rating) with our clients.
Published: Tuesday, March 10, 2015