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Telecom Service Centres is to recruit up to 150 more staff at its seven call centres in Scotland, due to rising demand for its outsourcing services.
Telecom Service Centres is to create a further 100 jobs at its call centre in Falkirk, having won a new contract from T-Mobile.
Telecom Service Centres, the call centre operator with 3,000 staff at nine sites, is to merge with Hero Ites of India in a £40m deal.
Telecom Service Centres is to set up a new call centre in Kilmarnock with the creation of an initial 100 jobs, and the workforce will eventually reach 500.
Telecom Service Centres is to create 100 new jobs at its call centre in the Dearne Valley, having won a contract to manage sales, order processing and customer service for Office Depot.
Telecom Service Centres has acquired Outsourced Credit Management, the Halifax-based debt collection and credit management company with 40 staff, for undisclosed terms.
Telecom Service Centres is planning to expand the workforce at its call centre in the Dearne Valley from 400 to 500 by the end of the year.
Telecom Service Centres is to create up to 80 jobs at its call centre in Aviemore, having won a new tele-banking contract from HSBC.
Telecom Service Centres has acquired the T-Mobile customer service call centre in Dearne Valley, South Yorkshire, securing the future of 380 jobs.
Telecom Service Centres of Scotland is planning to expand its call centre business into England, and sites are being considered in the Dearne Valley.
Telecom Service Centres, the call centre company with 1,700 staff, has undergone a £23m management buy-out backed by Lloyds Development Capital.
Telecom Service Centres has announced plans to create 600 jobs at call centres throughout the west of Scotland and the Highlands over the next two years, following a rise in demand from the telecoms and financial services industries.
Telecom Service Centres expects to open a further two call centres in Scotland over the next few months, with the creation of hundreds of jobs.
Telecom Service Centres is to invest £3.3m in a new call centre near Falkirk, with the creation of up to 1,000 jobs.
Telecom Service Centres is planning to set up a new £2m call centre on the outskirts of Aviemore, with the creation of up to 300 jobs.
Telecom Service Centres has confirmed plans to set up a new call centre at Dunoon on the Clyde coast with the creation of 100 jobs.
Telecom Service Centres is considering plans to set up a new call centre in Argyll with the creation of 100 jobs, in order to run customer service operations for major companies.