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Oklahoma business briefcase for May 9

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SYNQ3 plans to hire 350 workers in OKC

SYNQ3 Restaurant Solutions opened its Oklahoma City branch in October, and its CEO projected the company would hire 300 telecommuter workers in 2019. The company announced this week, however, that it plans to add 350 workers on top of the 200 it already employs.

New employees work from home with a headset and laptop, taking restaurant orders at $9.50 an hour before incentive pay. One of those incentives, the company said, is an $11-per-hour wage for working during peak restaurant hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The Colorado Springs, Colorado-based company works with 30 restaurant brands that have more than 12,000 locations across the country. Most of its employees begin working part time, but there are opportunities to work full time.

Shredding event scheduled

A free shredding and medication drop-off event is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 21 in the parking lot of Moore Norman Technology Center's South Penn Campus, located at 13301 S Pennsylvania Ave. in Oklahoma City.

The South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, along with presenting sponsor MidFirst Bank, host sponsor Moore Norman Technology Center and community partner Pioneer Library System, coordinates the event. Shredding will be provided by Riteway Shredding. The Oklahoma City Police Department will have officers available to dispose of expired or unwanted medications in a safe and secure way.

This event is free and open to the public. It is designed for people wanting to shred unwanted or sensitive documents in a safe way. All documents brought to the event will be securely shredded.

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