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Hotline

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The Hotlines allow parents and students to use any touch-tone telephone to access pre-recorded information on homework assignments and the latest school announcements.
Several industries have been actively promoting hotlines for years.
Other homework hotlines require a bank of teachers to assemble at a designated place and time," said Terry Connell, branch manager for MCI Business Markets in central New Jersey.
According to JOB HOTLINES USA publisher Steve Wood, employers like to use the pre-recorded joblines as a timely, low-cost means of recruitment advertising.
JOB HOTLINES USA features the names and jobline telephone numbers of more than 1,000 employees from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
National Hotline Services, a leading provider of telephone and Internet- based employee and customer hotline solutions, has been assisting clients meet regulatory, legal and corporate objectives through customized fraud, ethics, human resources and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance hotlines since 1992.
Our clients are telling us that these initiatives, including the establishment of corporate governance investor Web communications and employee hotlines, are greatly appreciated by the investment community.
CONTACT: Carrie Kusserow, National Hotline Services, +1-703-535-1404, ckusserow@hotlines.
Ethicspoint(R), well established as the leader in Web-based confidential reporting systems, has selected industry veteran Richard (Dick) Elslager to direct the expansion of its growing telephone hotline operations and drive new channel development.
According to Kusserow, "There will be a large increase in the number of employee hotlines as companies see the need to expand employee feedback loops in that way.
School officials credit an anonymous hotline run by Columbus-based Security Voice with foiling a recent Columbine-style plot targeted at Royal Valley High School (RVHS), in the small northeast Kansas community of Hoyt.
BOYS TOWN, Nebraska -- BOYS TOWN, Nebraska, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The Girls and Boys Town National Hotline is an available resource for children and parents experiencing stress and anxiety because of the war.