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Disabled employees to find work at Glasgow call centre?

Posted on Jun 20 2010
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Bellcom plans to recruit people over the coming year, as part of a scheme launched in 2008 that provides eight-week training courses carried out by industry players within the company's contact facility, the Evening Times reports.
Managing director Varry McMenemy said: "Our students are experiencing what it's really like to work in this field from day one and as a result they leave well prepared."
She went on to note that such jobs can provide "terrific [careers]", with salaries reaching £20,000 and, as Glasgow is a city with a constant incoming stream of call centre positions, "trained and enthusiastic" people are a necessity.
Similarly, the BBC is to coach disabled employees in a scheme called Manageable that will see successful candidates working at management level over eight months.
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