For more than 30 years, SYKES has been in the business of creating and maintaining satisfying relationships between client companies and their customers. During this time, they have also been creating gratifying jobs and successful careers for the thousands of employees located all around the globe. As one of the premier customer contact management companies in the world, SYKES offers job opportunities at every level, in a variety of interesting areas, and with a competitive compensation and benefits package. The possibility of an exciting career and a bright future at SYKES is ahead of you. Come grow with us!
You may have never heard of SYKES but chances are that you have already spoken to us several times and just did not realize it. We represent Fortune 500 companies and we are THEIR CUSTOMER SERVICE. We do not answer the phone as SYKES but as the Client.
Whether you are just looking for a paycheck or looking to start your career we have opportunities. With just a High School degree or G.E.D. you can learn the skills and with experience and the right performance you could be running one of our call centers in the future. We strongly believe in promoting our employees and career advancement is one of our top priorities. However, we also have so many other benefits, so if a big promotion is not what you are looking for check out some of our other great benefits.
Sykes is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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