Insights|Spotlight on Sitel Group Las Vegas

Spotlight on Sitel Group Las Vegas

Las Vegas was originally a Mormon oasis settlement founded in 1855 on the northern outskirts of the Mojave Desert. Today it has a population of 2 million people spread over nearly 140 square miles. The city’s mesmerizing palaces, countless chapels and casinos have earned the former prairie outpost the nickname (and reputation) of Sin City! Las Vegas revels in its reputation as the Entertainment Capital of the World and it receives 40 million visitors every year.

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by Sitel staff November 8, 2017 - 1 MIN READ

Sitel Group has 26 sites in the U.S. spread over 16 states:  Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, New York and Nebraska.

Sitel Group Las Vegas Stats

1,100 associates and 840 seats

Spoken languages: English, Spanish and Québécois French

Las Vegas was originally a Mormon oasis settlement founded in 1855 on the northern outskirts of the Mojave Desert. Today it has a population of 2 million people spread over nearly 140 square miles. The city’s mesmerizing palaces, countless chapels and casinos have earned the former prairie outpost the nickname (and reputation) of Sin City! Las Vegas revels in its reputation as the Entertainment Capital of the World and it receives 40 million visitors every year.

Sitel’s Las Vegas site sits along Pilot Road and is just a few miles from the famous Las Vegas Strip and only about 3 miles from McCarran International Airport.

Sitel Group Las Vegas opened in 1996 and – following the merger with its secondary site inaugurated in 2014 – has space for 1,100 associates and 840 seats. The nearly 50,000-square-foot facility is two levels and includes seven training rooms, an internet café and a company restaurant with a cold buffet and a selection of food trucks. This site is open for business 24/7 and provides expertise in both English and Spanish in eight different sectors: electronic appliances, satellite internet, sports and health, insurance, tourism and transport and retail sales.

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