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New company hiring in Palestine, more than 500 positions to be filled

Source: The Results Companies website. Source: The Results Companies website.
PALESTINE, TX (KLTV) -

PALESTINE, TX -  A leading customer service provider is opening a contact center in Palestine in June and will be hosting a series of hiring events.

A statement released from the company states: The Results Companies, one of the world’s leading customer experience providers, recently announced plans to expand their Texas operations to include a contact center in Palestine, Texas. The new site, due to open in June, will be able to bring more than 500 jobs to the Palestine area to accommodate current and future growth needs for exceptional customer care operations to Results’ largely Fortune 500 Partner base.

The Results Companies will be hosting a series of hiring events with several open positions in Customer Service, Site Operations Management, Recruitment, HR, and Training. These hiring events will take place at the Results recruiting office located at 100 Willow Creek Parkway, Suite B (Palestine, TX 75810). Results is now accepting online applications for these positions. To apply online, visitTheResultsCompanies.com/Jobs.

Hiring Event Dates (Times to Be Announced)
Thursday, June 2nd
Friday, June 3rd
Saturday, June 4th

Beginning June 6th, hiring will continue six days a week at this location.
Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm
Saturday 10am – 2pm

“The Results Companies is tremendously proud to now be a part of the Palestine community. It is an honor to be provided the opportunity to have the people of Palestine aid in our ultimate goal - delivering exceptional results! This new connection does not only mark a new business venture, it also exemplifies the beginning of a long term relationship with the city and its community. We understand the value in contributing a helping hand when our communities are in need and have collaborated with The United Way to assist Palestine as well as surrounding areas impacted by the recent floods. There will be continued support and effort amidst the disastrous event that has taken place. We look forward to building a strong partnership with Palestine that is sure to flourish,” said Heather Johll, Vice President of Operations.

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