RHL chooses Scotland for new call centre expansion

Contact
centre business RHL has chosen Scotland over India for a £2.8m call centre
expansion.

The
project will create 450 new jobs and will involve the building of a new call
centre and improvements being made to two existing centres in Glasgow.

Owner
David Murray said: "It is clear to me that where there is an opportunity
to create a truly world-class business in Scotland, such as RHL, we should do
everything in our power to ensure we deliver it.

"In
turn, the country and its people benefit through the jobs and related social
improvements that such businesses create," he added.

Several
companies have recently off-shored their call centres to India, including Axa
and Aviva, resulting in the loss of hundreds of jobs in the UK.

By Michael Millar

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