Sykes to create 500 jobs in Costa Rica

Starting next month in its new office, which required an investment of more than three million dollars, Sykes will need to fill 500 vacancies.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

It will be the first call center in the northwest region of San Jose and will be located in the building formerly occupied by Sony.
"We are in the final phase of the process," said Arturo Barboza, the regional manager of Sykes Communications. "We've finished remodeling the building. We've improved the acoustics, the distribution of telephone connections and of broadband, and the electrical back-up system for the call center."

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