Majorel to bring hundreds of good-paying jobs to Detroit, will host job fair downtown this weekend (Feb. 25-27, 2022)
DETROIT – Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and City Council President Mary Sheffield were joined today by leaders of Majorel, a leading provider of next-generation end-to-end customer experience solutions for brands around the world, to announce that the company will be opening an office in downtown Detroit in the coming months. In addition, Majorel will be hosting a job fair Friday through Sunday at which Detroiters can land positions starting at $17 per hour with benefits.
The company will hire approximately 200 full-time employees to start and has plans to grow to more than 500 employees at their soon-to-be-announced location downtown. Majorel selected Detroit out of more than 50 other cities.
“I would like to thank Majorel, not only for choosing Detroit, but for ensuring that residents of this city have a chance at filling these good-paying jobs,” Mayor Duggan said. “To have a company that does business in 35 countries choose Detroit speaks volumes about our city’s future and the opportunity that we are creating here for our city’s residents.”
Since March 2021, the Detroit Regional Partnership worked to attract Majorel to Southeast Michigan conducting a virtual tour of the region and providing workforce data and analysis to inform their site selection process.
“We’re excited to have this innovative customer experience company land in the Detroit Region, leading the way with its cutting-edge digital solutions,” said Maureen Donohue Krauss, president and CEO of Detroit Regional Partnership. “Majorel’s announcement is a great win, they could have located anywhere in the country, but they chose Detroit. It further cements the city and our region as a technology hub that is competing with traditional tech markets nationwide.”