Brady welcomes Teleperformance jobs boost

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Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
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The Teleperformance premises in Newry already has 2,500 staff

Newry Sinn Fein MLA Mickey Brady has welcomed the news that telecoms company Teleperformance is to create 400 new jobs across their sites in Bangor and Newry. Newry Times exclusively revealed on Friday that the call centre giants have stated their intent to create at least 400 jobs in both the Newry centre, based beside the Quays, and their premises in Bangor. Chief executive of Teleperformance UK Alistair Niederer said on Friday: “We are currently enjoying a high level of growth across the UK and are proud to be creating such a boost in Northern Ireland with these vacancies. We are looking for talented people that have a passion for delivering excellent customer service.” Speaking to Newry Times, Mickey Brady described it as a major investment. “I am extremely heartened to hear the news that Teleperformance is to create 400 new positions located in Newry and Bangor. Teleperformance are already major employers in the area and it is a testament to the calibre of their current staff that they are confident enough to make this major investment in Newry.” He added, “Newry is a city which needs economic investment and this announcement is a step in the right direction.” 
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