It is with heavy heart that I've noticed teleNetwork advertising on Craig's List for staff "in support of Google Fiber". https://austin.craigslist.org/csr/4386295465.html
This news is not thrilling to me or a number of my friends who have worked there. The experience left us with no new skills, and took a considerable chunk out of our faith in Humanity. At least they didn't go with Harte Hanks or "E-Communication Advantage".
TeleNetwork is an Austin and San-Marcos based outsourcer for call centers. They provide customer service agents for a host of small, still-independent DSL Internet providers and other accounts like executive support for various commercial software suites. TeleNetwork is an on-again, off-again telecommute, or work-from-home employer. They have physical call centers, too.
They're seeking "Candidates that embrace and can always exhibit Googliness with customers". They'll be paying $10/hr for the Google account. I feel physically sick reading the job description, as these strong work ethic requirements they list are anything but what it was like working for teleNetwork.
Good luck, Google!