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Xerox to hire 100 Honolulu workers

By Kristen Consillio

LAST UPDATED: 01:10 p.m. HST, Sep 10, 2012

Xerox is hiring 100 full-time customer service representatives in Honolulu over the next few months, the company said Monday.

Most of the positions — approximately 70 — are temporary and part of a short-term project that will run through December.

The company will start hiring in mid-September and continue through mid-November.

Xerox currently has more than 250 employees in Hawaii. For more information, go to www.acs-inc.com/careers/careeropportunities.aspx or call (575) 386-6166.

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Publicbraddah wrote:
So they're actually hiring 30 full timers. A bit misleading.
on September 10,2012 | 01:06PM
1local wrote:
Hawaii and America are looking for stable full time employment - not short term / part time temporary.
on September 10,2012 | 04:23PM
false wrote:
I guess Obama pressured them to print up more ballots.
on September 10,2012 | 01:56PM
kainalu wrote:
Job at Xerox in Hawaii? No thanks, memory still fresh.
on September 10,2012 | 02:47PM
Living_Large wrote:
Will they be providing body armor and other protective gear as part of the compensation packages?
on September 10,2012 | 06:27PM
inverse wrote:
You have to let go with that. The company has moved a long time ago and the guy is in prison forever. After settling all of the lawsuits the company is probably now one of the safest places to work.
on September 10,2012 | 10:37PM
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