The city collects $176,000 a year in income taxes from the company, Anderson said.
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“That represents approximately 1.8 percent of our total income tax collections,” he said. “We are certainly disappointed in the company’s decision and hope there is a way to get them to reconsider.”
The company occupied 45,000 square feet in a 100,000-square-foot strip mall, and employed 500 people, making it one of Fairborn’s top five employers in 2014, the city’s economic development director told this news outlet that year.
In September 2014, Teleperformance planned to add more than 100 new jobs plus up to $3 million in payroll when it expanded in that building.
Teleperformance — a worldwide organization based in France — provides inbound customer service for an undisclosed major wireless provider.
At this writing, the company’s WARN (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notice Act) notice is not yet posted on the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services web site.
A message was left Monday afternoon for a Teleperformance executive.