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Idaho Dept. of Labor helping C-3 staff new call center

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By Benito Baeza

Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT) - C-3 and the Idaho Department of Labor is working on getting staff lined up for an August start date; ever since word of a new call center hit the ears of eager workers, the department of labor has kept busy.

Geoff Greer with the Dept. of Labor says, "It’s been going very well, we've had about a thousand applicants that we've processed. It was a little extra work load on our staff for sure.”

Despite the extra work, department employees have been happy to do it.

C-3 is currently setting up shop on the corner Blue Lakes and Pole Line Road as its parking lot starts to fill with employee cars; the Department of Labor began helping the company build a staff from the get go.

Greer says, "they needed some help, being brand new to the area, they didn't have any management team in place; starting out from scratch at a new facility."

Now the focus has shifted to sorting through the thousand or so resumes and picking customer service representatives.

Initially C-3 is looking for around 300 hundred to train; but, according to what the department of labor has been told, the company is looking upward of 8 to 9-hundred employees by years end.

The department hasn't quite seen a response in job applications like this before with other companies that has started in the area. This is some what of a special case.

To apply you can go the Idaho Department of Labor’s website or www.c-3connect.com, and you need to be able to attach a digital copy of your resume.


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