Allay to Create 25 New Jobs After Investing £350,000 to Grow Its Office
Claims company Allay is creating 25 new jobs in Newcastle after investing £350,000 to expand its offices.
The company, which helps consumers reclaim money owed to them due to mis-sold payment protection insurance, has used the cash to move into a new floor at Newcastle’s Generator Studios.
Allay’s 120 staff now work across two floors of the site, taking up a total of 12,000 sq ft.
Following its expansion the company is now looking to hire an additional 25 members of staff by the end of the year. The roles will include jobs in marketing, customer service, case handling, business support, and roles in outbound sales and the firm’s contact centre.
Steven Bell, managing director at Allay, said: “Following a strong start to the year we’re fortunate to have continued consistent performance, creating further job opportunities in and outside of the region, which has enabled us to expand our presence in Generator Studios.
“The claims deadline has led to a recruitment drive, but these are long-term jobs as we’re already looking into new products and services that can benefit from our claims services from miss-sold payday loans to home improvements, meaning a positive future for consumers.”
Allay’s subsidiary company airFair has also hit a major milestone after the business revealed it had reclaimed over £1m in flight delay compensation for its customers.
airFair, which is also based at Generator Studios, allows people to reclaim compensation for delayed flights through its mobile app.Back to news