Windsor Makes Shortlist For Landing A 500 Seat Job Contact Centre
Friday October 18th, 2013
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The City of Windsor has been shortlisted for a potential new HGS Canada Contact Centre.
HGS Canada offers customer care, technical service, inbound sales and customer loyalty support in the English and French language at 11 sites across Canada.
The next step in the site selection process is a job fair event for the global company who is looking to open a potential 500 seat facility in the Windsor area.
HGS Canada will evaluate the local labour market with hopes of locating hundreds of quality new jobs in the City of Windsor, which would include frontline customer service associates, as well as, support and management level positions.
HGS Canada’s groundwork for further expansion began earlier in the year when the company began researching a number of potential locations across Canada. “We recently assessed several cities in Canada, and our analysis of the City of Windsor is very encouraging” said Ross Beattie, President & CEO of HGS Canada. “Although we are a global company, we pride ourselves on being good local corporate citizens and a community minded employer. Expansion to a 12th site is inevitable as the business growth before us is great enough to fill and sustain a 500 seat facility” adds Mr. Beattie.
The Windsor Job Fair will take place at the Caboto Club located at 2175 Parent Avenue, on Friday, November 15th and Saturday, November 16th. HGS Canada representatives will be on site between 10am to 7pm of both days to discuss the value of employment with HGS Canada. It is the perfect opportunity for interested individuals to find out more about the company and learn about employment and career opportunities with HGS Canada.
“We invite everyone to attend this job fair to see and hear all about the potential of working for a stellar company like HGS Canada.” stated Sandra Puaptello, President and CEO of the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation.
HGS Canada is also accepting applications for the potential new site in the city.
More information can be found online here.