News : Tucson Call Center Announces Wage Hike
Tucson, AZ, USA, Sept 16, 2015 -- A call center in Tucson announced that it is raising its entry-level wage from $10 to $11.25. Read about the increase in the following news release:
Afni, Inc. announced an increase to its base wage from $10 to $11.25 for most of its entry-level Customer Service Representatives jobs in Tucson.
"Increasing our entry-level starting wage is a great way for Afni to recognize the value of its employees and respond to increasingly competitive labor market pressures in Tucson and across the U.S.," said Kathy Poley, Senior Vice President of Global Contact Center Operations. "We love doing business in the Tucson area. Continuing to invest in our employees and attract the best talent is a top priority."
"Our contact center teams do meaningful and exceptionally great work every day, and we are happy to reward them with a pay increase." said Nathan Farley, Sr. Manager of Talent Acquisition. "By increasing the entry-level pay, in addition to bonus plans and employee referral pay, we hope to see our employees stay here longer and even more people join our Tucson team."
Afni is hiring and individuals can apply online or in person at the company’s three Afni contact centers in Tucson.
Afni centers are located in Tucson at: 5320 N. La Cholla Blvd., 5451 East Williams Blvd., and 7810 E. Escalante Rd.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Afni, Inc., was founded in 1936 in Bloomington, Illinois, and is celebrating 75 years in providing customer contact solutions to some of the world 19s leading companies. From its origins in collections, Afni has grown to become a leading provider of contact center solutions and outsourced business solutions for Fortune 1000 companies in telecommunications, insurance, financial services and other industries. Afni has operations centers in Illinois, Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Kentucky and Texas. A near shore program is located in Managua, Nicaragua.
Published: Monday, September 21, 2015