In this down economy, Stream Global Services says it wants to hire 350 new employees.
The company's performance in their six years in Siouxland has turned the Sergeant Bluff call center into one of Stream's largest.
As a result, the call center is expanding and looking for new workers to join their fun and dynamic working environment. "We have all sorts of activities to truly, not only get people engaged and build strong teams, but really just make it fun. Work is tough enough, and we understand that, but we really want people to enjoy what they do," Berry Belcher, the Sergeant Bluff Site Director said.
The fact that any company is looking to hire such a large number of employees in the current job market is a relief to job seekers. Many of the job fair attendees today were grateful for a company that was so open to new applicants. "Having a job fair here was a great way to try to find a job. They're looking for a lot of people, and I need a job," Tiffanie Marsh, a Stream applicant said.
The lawsuit states the commission violated state law in making its decision, and destroyed the economic value of the Belle's license when they selected Sioux City Entertainment.More >>
The lawsuit states the commission violated state law in making its decision, and destroyed the economic value of the Belle's license when they selected Sioux City Entertainment to develop the land-based casino in Woodbury County.More >>
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