Pompano Beach, FL, November 12, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Complaint Stopper Has Hired Twenty New Employees.
Complaint Stopper has recently hired twenty new data input workers. The recent addition to Complaint Stopper’s staff will allow Complaint Stopper to expand its internet crisis management services onto an international scale.
“We at Complaint Stopper are very excited about the new additions to our staff. We provide the highest quality of service to our clients. We feel that with the new employees, our services will make the best even better!” said John Topper, Human Resources Director for Complaint Stopper. “The new staff members have a wide range of diversity. I feel that it is always a good thing to bring together people from different walks of life.”
Complaint Stopper provides a very unique service. Complaint Stopper helps businesses who are victims of internet complaints. In today’s day and age everybody gets checked out on the internet. After a complaint against a company is posted onto complaint website(s), when the name of the business is Googled, the complaint website(s) will appear on the first page of results and will instantly ruin the image of the business. Since complaint websites are federally by the Communications Decency Act of 1996, companies cannot legally force complaint websites to remove complaints. This is where Complaint Stopper comes in. Complaint Stopper posts positive information all over the internet about its clients. Between Complaint Stopper’s high volume of internet posts and proprietary software, this pushes back the complaints on the search engines so the complaints will no longer be found.