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News : NSL to Double Over Next Two Years
Chadderton, Oldham, UK, Aug 8, 2016 -- A Greater Manchester outsource service provider has announced plans to double in size as it looks to become a national Centre of Excellence.
NSL originally moved into offices in Chadderton, Oldham in 2012 with just 10 members of staff.
Today, the company employs 130 people at its offices in Market Place in the centre of Oldham and, in a major jobs boost for the local community, says it is now looking to double in size over the next two years.
Handling over 700,000 calls a year the operation is going from strength to strength according to Shelley Key, manager of NSL’s Contact Centre in Henshaw House.
She said: "As we continue to grow the operation, we’re expecting to handle the processing of 445,000 Penalty Charge Notices and 350,000 Right to Work checks over the next year.
"It really has been a success story and a credit to our highly motivated and growing team here in Oldham."
Having moved to more flexible offices last summer, the company is now looking to build on this success by capitalising on new business processing and service opportunities for public and private clients.
"We’re already one of the largest employers in the town centre, but we also have plenty of room for expansion with space for well over 200 members of staff," adds Shelley.
"So securing our status as a national centre of excellence will not only be a feather in our cap, but will also offer plenty of new job opportunities for local people as more organisations look to harness our expertise and capabilities."
Councillor Shoab Aktar, Cabinet Member for Employment and Skills added: "NSL plays an important part in shaping Oldham's employment and economy and are expanding every year.
"NSL has already employed more than 100 people at their new offices in Oldham - which just shows their commitment to the borough.
"They are continuing to support the Get Oldham Working scheme, helping to create new work experience opportunities and apprenticeships for residents. They are growing all the time and we hope NSL has a great future ahead."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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NSL is a UK service provider, delivering customer experiences, in the regulated environments of health, central and local government.
Published: Tuesday, August 9, 2016