Hurst says negotiations ongoing for new call center


A new call center may soon open its doors in Antigua and Barbuda, Government’s Chief of Staff Lionel Max Hurst has announced.

He did not provide all the details but said negotiations are already underway with the owner of the building to get things in place.

Hurst said the call center will create new jobs although not as many as the one which closed on July 31st, 2018.

He said an announcement will be made soon once the details are finalised.

Close 400 people lost their jobs last month when NCO in Coolidge closed.

The owners told staff it had become too costly to continue to operate in Antigua and Barbuda.

The government has also promised 100 jobs as data entry people who mus apply through their representative.

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  1. This is good news because I cut some cassy, burnt a coal kiln and not even one bucket ah coal me sell!

  2. Why we have to go to parliamentary representatives to be considered a job especially since election done gone!!!!!!! Why not have a proper interview then select who is fit for the job. This is not good at all. Tell you what, call another election now, so that we can go to our parliamentary representatives……I’m wetting my hand and waiting with this voting finger

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