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Alta Resources to Fill Approximately 2,500 Positions
Date:7/27/2014

Neenah, Wisconsin (PRWEB) July 27, 2014

Alta Resources, a global provider of customer management business process outsourcing (BPO) for Fortune 500 brands, announced today that it plans to fill more than 2,500 jobs across its locations in Wisconsin, California, Florida and the Philippines.

A majority of the hiring is to support several health-insurance clients, which have seasonal ramp-ups that require additional staffing in preparation for the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), November 2014 through February 2015. As more consumers become eligible for health-plan coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Alta Resources’ health-insurance clients anticipate an increase in contact volumes during AEP. Alta Resources plays a strategically important role in assisting these clients with their year-round and seasonal needs, including servicing the increase in health-plan questions, leads and enrollment.

The seasonal positions range from full to part time, and the company noted that various regular full- and part-time roles are also available. Positions are immediate, and qualified applicants will start as soon as possible.

Lisa Schulze, vice president of human resources at Alta Resources, said, “We have core values that we call ‘Guiding Principles.’ We have seven of them. It’s difficult to attribute our growth to just one, but, if I had to, I’d say our Guiding Principle of Results is most fitting. We’re looking for people who, in embodying our Guiding Principles, are eager to learn, excel and deliver defined results for our leading client brands.”

Available opportunities include customer care; inbound sales, including licensed health-insurance sales; technology and back-office support; fulfillment; and team leadership. Alta Resources offers a variety of advantages to
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