News : Jobs Created as Growing Call Centre Expands in City
Preston, UK, June 21, 2016 -- A growing call centre in Preston is about to open a second site in the city.
Hinduja Global Solutions Limited (HGS) is opening a new site at Winckley House in Winckley Square.
The firm it set to offer 368 temporary jobs as its workload grows and it moves to its second site .
HGS has been working very closely with the Business Growth and Innovation team at Lancashire County Council.
The firm said: "Not only have they helped us secure a second site in Preston but they have also linked in with the Job Centre and local education establishments including UCLAN to support our growth. Over the summer we will be creating 368 temporary roles in the area that will appeal to students, unemployed and those looking for their next step into employment."
HGS is hosting an open day at Winckley House to inform the local community of its growth plans and giv them the opportunity to join the business.
In November HGS secured a three-year engagement with further option to extend with the Student Loans Company to provide contact centre support for students pursuing their higher education goals.
The agreement contributes to the recent announcement of the creation of over 500 jobs at HGS’ customer experience centres in Preston and Selkirk in the Scottish borders.
HGS has accelerated an ongoing large-scale recruitment campaign to attract local candidates looking for roles in the customer service industry. HGS was asked to take over the TalkTalk contact in Preston several years ago.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About Hinduja Global Solutions Ltd.:
A company from the Hinduja Group, Hinduja Global Solutions is a Bangalore- headquartered BPO Business Services company providing end to end consumer focused services and industry solutions. HGS has 24,000 employees world wide with over half of our revenue being delivered in operations located in NA and UK.
Published: Thursday, June 23, 2016