Phone companies hire more workers

In an effort to attract more customers, phone companies are increasing sales and service representatives, Ortal said.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
November 29, 2007 07:16

 
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In preparation for the start of the Communications Ministry's number portability program, fixed-line and cellular phone companies increased their requests for new workers by 66 percent in the third quarter and will increase new worker requests by some 50% over the fourth quarter, Ortal Manpower Services reported on Wednesday. In an effort to attract more customers, phone companies are increasing sales and service representatives, Ortal said.

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