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Company expands workforce, plans 400 hires

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FORT MYERS — Wisconsin-based customer service outsourcing company Alta Resources Corp. is expanding its seasonal and year-round workforce, to prepare for continued growth, according to a statement.

The company seeks to fill more than 400 full- and part-time customer service and sales jobs in its current workforce, including Spanish bilingual positions, the statement adds. It's holding a hiring event Saturday, Oct. 7, at its Fort Myers campus, 12451 Gateway Blvd. Alta Resources hiring officials will be available from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. for immediate, one-on-one interviews. On-the-spot hiring decisions will be provided, the release states.

Alta Resources' need to fill seasonal jobs is driven by a major health insurance client and the industry's annual open enrollment period, the release states. The need for year-round positions is a result of the recent addition of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles as a client, and the general success and growth of other existing clients, say company officials.

“Post-Hurricane Irma, we know that there are some people in the community who may need new or different employment,” says Paul Makurat, Alta Resources Fort Myers managing director, in the release. “We hope that they will consider Alta as an opportunity to earn additional income that may be needed during and following this hurricane recovery period.”

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The Fort Myers campus opened with five employees in 2013. It has grown to include more than 700 year-round employees. The company's headquarters is in Neenah, Wis.


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