Oval Office comes with some great news; The Charter Communications Company is the latest one to create new job positions for U.S. workers.
This company, the second-largest cable operator in the U.S, promised to hire 20.000 U.S workers by investing 25 billion dollars in broadband infrastructure. They pledged that they will close any customer service call center located outside of the United States.
The Charter’s executive vice president for customer operations, Mrs. Kathleen Mayo, said that the first bilingual call center, located in McAllen, Tex., that planned to open 600 new job positions has already hired 100 workers.
The company will continue its tradition of jobs insourcing, like the last five years. They will relocate in to the U.S. all call centers that had been outsourced by Time Warner Cable. This is the company that was purchased by Charter in May 2016. Along with Time Warner Cable they also purchased Bright House Networks that increased the broadband provider and pay TV’s customer to more than 25 billion.
Tom Rutledge said that the company can do way better with high-skilled and high-quality American workers than it already did. He described these job positions as “high-paying” ones with health coverage and pensions. “They are the kind of jobs that people want. They are good, solid middle-class jobs,” he added.
President Donald Trump commented this great news as well. He said: “This is great for their workers, it’s great for the customers and it’s certainly great for the United States”.
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