About 500 people lined up early on the first day of applications in 2010 for jobs at an Alorica call center on Shaw Avenue in Clovis. The company is planning to relocate its Clovis center, and most of its 500 employees, to a larger site in northwest Fresno.
About 500 people lined up early on the first day of applications in 2010 for jobs at an Alorica call center on Shaw Avenue in Clovis. The company is planning to relocate its Clovis center, and most of its 500 employees, to a larger site in northwest Fresno. Fresno Bee file
About 500 people lined up early on the first day of applications in 2010 for jobs at an Alorica call center on Shaw Avenue in Clovis. The company is planning to relocate its Clovis center, and most of its 500 employees, to a larger site in northwest Fresno. Fresno Bee file

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