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C3 Customer Contact Channels

C3/CustomerContactChannels is your trusted partner in outsourced customer management solutions. With three decades' experience, we're a category leader – one who employs time-tested methodologies and broad industry insights to seamlessly manage customer contacts and interactions

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I applied to work for C3 because I was 99% sure they would hire me due to the nature of their business and industry employee turnover. I was hired on a temporary basis for a short term project, and when it ended I was offered a full time position. During training and while working I was treated respectively by supervisors, managers, etc. They recognized my value to work on projects related to 65+ customers/members as well as my experience and judgment. Most employees seem to be under 35 and quite a few are barely out of high school, but I have always enjoyed working with people of all ages and backgrounds.

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Cal State University Dominguez Hills

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The University was only interested in my qualifications and age didn't enter the equation. The other applicants were younger. It took me 8 years to find a fair employer.

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Cambridge University Press

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I worked for the company and we have all ages in every department.

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