DISH Network Lays Off Customer Service Workers in Tulsa
Just five months after announcing it was adding 250 jobs
Last October DISH Network (NASDAQ: DISH) told Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin it would add 250 jobs to Tulsa, a city that 600 DISH workers already called home. Last week, DISH shared that it would be cutting jobs in the customer experience center, not the sales center that opened last year, reports Tulsa World. DISH did not specify how many positions would be eliminated.
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