Thursday October 13, 2016

Verizon Closing Call Centers In 5 States

According to the Associated Press, Verizon is closing call centers in five states. The closings will impact 3,200 employees, 2,600 of which will be losing their jobs permanently.

Some 850 jobs will be lost at the two New York locations, including 600 in Henrietta, outside Rochester. In California, 700 jobs are being cut and another 300 are being relocated. The other cuts include 320 in Nebraska, 200 in Maine and 550 in Connecticut. Another 175 jobs at a customer service facility in Huntsville, Alabama, are being relocated to Hanover, Maryland, the company said.