Ryla Hiring Over 650 for Temporary Customer Service Jobs in Georgia
Press release from the issuing company
Monday, November 28th, 2011
Ryla, an Alorica company, announced that it needs to hire over 650 people immediately for a temporary one-week project. The customer service jobs are the final wave of hiring for a seasonal project at the Ryla contact center in Kennesaw.
"This is a perfect opportunity to make extra cash for the holidays," says Ryla HR Director Karen Smith. "Employees will make $9 per hour with a bonus of an extra $1.00 an hour at the end of the project for each hour worked," stated Smith. Employees will be paid for all project work on December 16. Additional incentives will be offered, and a drawing for a cruise for two will be awarded on the final day of the project.
Employees hired will be offered paid training and will work from December 5 - 12. Candidates should have basic customer service skills and a general knowledge of computers. The three-day training program begins on Monday, December 5, and the remaining time will be spent taking customer care calls through Monday, December 12.