BSkyB creates 550 jobs in UK
2 May 2013
BSkyB, is creating 550 UK jobs in its customer service and sales teams.
The roles will be located throughout the UK with 350 in its Newcastle customer contact centre to provide support to new customers following the acquisition of O2 and BE’s consumer broadband and fixed-line business.
Jeremy Darroch, Sky Chief Executive, said: “I’m delighted to announce our plans to expand our workforce with the creation of 550 new jobs. These new roles will help us to meet demand for our products and serve our growing customer base.
It comes with the announcement of pre-tax profits of £966m for the nine months up to March 31st 2013, up from £899m a year earlier.
Revenues were up six per to £5.4bn from 2012.
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