550 Jobs being created in the UK by Sky

Thursday, March 11th 2010

The leading provider of broadband digital TV bundles in the United Kingdom, Sky Broadband has virtually refreshed the digital sector of the country last day by announcing its plans for creating more than five hundred fifty job opportunities in the recent future for its various ventures.


 


As a matter of fact, the broadband provider that is one of those few providers in the country to have launched its HD digital TV service has been reportedly planning to open a fresh customer back up centre in Stockport in June 2010. Stockport is an area in the limits of Greater Manchester.


 


The broadband provider has before this, been operating its customer service centres in Leeds, Uddingston, Shepton Mallet, Osterely, Dunfermline and Livingston. The firm already has a worker-base of sixteen thousand people across the United Kingdom and Ireland for its different operations.


 


The process of recruitment for the fresh jobs in Stockport would start in March this year.


 


It is also interesting to observe that the officials of the company have said that the inclusion was greatly required for meeting the increased demand for broadband, TV and home phone services introduced in the city. The officials and employees of Sky are quite thrilled of the positive future ahead, after the news was outed.


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