Don't offshore Telstra jobs: union

Don't offshore Telstra jobs: union

There are 1 comment on the AdelaideNow... story from Aug 22, 2012, titled Don't offshore Telstra jobs: union. In it, AdelaideNow... reports that:

The decision to shift some call centre jobs to the Philippines will see positions lost in Sydney and Melbourne, along with regional positions in Lismore and Townsville.

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Melbourne, Australia

#1 Aug 22, 2012
Telstra should keep jobs in Australia and have call centres in country towns and capital cities like Darwin and Hobart and around Tasmania to create jobs like north Queensland and Alice Springs would be great for a call centre for the locals to get trained for a job in the local call centre if telstra sets one up and telstra would have to upgrade the telephone exchange for more phone numbers to use in a call centre and like Beaudesert Queensland and around Australia and we don't need overseas call centres and a lot of them don't speak very good english.

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