TTEC Named a Top 25 Employer Partner for Remote Work in 2020 by Virtual Vocations
Company is named #13 on the inaugural list of work-from-home employers
TTEC Holdings, Inc., a leading digital global customer experience technology and services company focused on the design, implementation and delivery of transformative solutions for many of the world’s most iconic and disruptive brands, announced that it ranked #13 on Virtual Vocations’ annual list of the Top 25 Employer Partners for Remote Work in 2020.
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“We are honored to be recognized by Virtual Vocations as a leader in providing remote opportunities,” said Colleen Ritchie, senior vice president of operations, TTEC. “By offering these remote opportunities through Humanify@home and TTEC Digital, TTEC hires candidates including veterans transitioning back to civilian life, displaced workers, students and parents. These individuals benefit from a flexible work schedule and appreciate the professional development and career advancement opportunities available from a global leader in customer experience.”
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Available in the US and Canada, Humanify@home uses proprietary technology to support and assist customers with a variety of service and technical needs across channels including chat, messaging, email, social, and voice. The Humanify@home solution combines the same quality management, security and operational excellence of TTEC’s onsite customer engagement center associates with the flexibility and cost-structure of a variable business model for clients. This enables TTEC to partner with clients to quickly scale CX programs as they grow or expand to meet work-from-home demands.
“Virtual Vocations is excited to provide our first annual Top 25 Remote Work Employer Partners list! Employer partners who made our list are those that meet the highest criteria of a company that has embraced the value and benefits of remote working. Ranking factors include the number of remote jobs available, whether the company itself is 100% remote or hybrid, other national level distinctions, and public employee review scores,” said Laura Spawn, CEO and Co-founder, Virtual Vocations.
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