By Craig McMorris, TV5 Anchor/Reporter - bio | email
SAGINAW TOWNSHIP, MI (WNEM) -
A local company announced today it will hire dozens of people and put them to work in a building it bought last year.
Morley is based in Saginaw Township. The company announced it will hire 250 people and the hiring will begin next week. The hiring is because of a new program Morley has developed with one of its existing clients.
Morley calls it a significant, long-term contract with an insurance company to deliver a world-class, customer-care center for its roadside assistance programs.
The new jobs will be located at the old AT&T building located in Saginaw Township that Morley bought last summer. Morley says it will be looking to fill a number of positions.
For more information on how to apply for the positions you can go to: www.morleynet.com
Or you can go to your local Michigan Works office to apply.
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