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Call Centers to boost employment by 2,000

Date Posted: 2006-04-28

A Tokyo business developer is promising to infuse the local economy by hiring more than 2,000 workers to fill positions in new business endeavors.

Digital Marketing and Call Center developer “TransCosmos” is beefing up its Okinawa operations.

Masataka Okuda, the company’s president and Chief Operating Officer, says “TransCosmos GRM” began operations in Naha City’s Omoromachi area last week. Over the coming year, says Okuda, his staff will be hiring more than 2,000 local residents to work new outsourcing call center operations.

Okuda says the addition of the first 1,000 employees will mean increasing office space to nine floors in an office building. The building will offer a day nursery school and relaxation space for staff. “We want our staff to work with safety, and with an easy way to work. And we do want to keep our children, too,” Okuda added.

Governor Keiichi Inamine praised the TransCosmo action. “We have always had problems getting jobs for people, but now, adding more than 2,000 employees gives us a chance to hit a home run for the people.”

TransCosmos GRM already has 220 employees on the job in Okinawa City and another 680 workers in Naha City’s Tsubogawa area. Inamine says the company is “really doing a great job for Okinawa.”

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