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NTI COO Alan Hubbard Presents at 2019 Remote Working Summit: When Altruism Works, Business Benefits

Alan Hubbard, COO of NTI

Alan Hubbard, COO of NTI Alan Hubbard, COO of NTI, shared how altruism in hiring Americans with disabilities can mean gains to the bottom line at the 2019 Remote Working Summit. Because our agents have a disability and need to work from home, they often enjoy shorter shifts, leaving them fresh sounding and ready to work when needed.” — Alan W. Hubbard, COO of NTI BOSTON, MA, UNITED STATES, September 30, 2019 / / — DALLAS–The 2019 Remote Working Summit from Customer Contact Strategies was held in Dallas, Texas March 4-6. Over 30% of the world’s workforce does at least some work from home, with the U.S. having the highest number of at-home workers. As more companies are seeing the benefits of hiring employees who work all or part of their schedule from home, conferences like this are becoming increasingly popular as business professionals and C-Suite executives search for strategies to make a successful transition to a work-at-home employee base. NTI is familiar with the ins and outs of at-home employment. For more than 20 years, NTI has partnered with businesses interested in the benefits of inclusion and an at-home workforce. NTI works exclusively with Americans with disabilities who need to work from home. NTI trains them for call center, customer service, and IT help desk positions and then helps them find jobs with Fortune 500 companies. Alan Hubbard, COO of NTI, was one of the presenters at the Remote Working Summit. He highlighted NTI’s unique business model, […]

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