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What Helps Customer Service? It Starts with How You Treat Employees

February 23rd, 2017

We all know that good customer service is the heart of any business. Without a good relationship with returning customers or the ability to retain new customers, your company will be unable to function in the marketplace. If success ends with good customer service, where does it begin? How you treat your employees, both those who face customers directly and others behind the scenes, will help your company succeed. Here are some things to consider as you manage your employees and promote a good customer service mindset.

Stand up for your employees.

The most important thing you can do to show your employees you have their backs is to stand up for them. Trust them to make the right decision. Don’t overrule their authority. And, while the customer is usually always right, there will be times when they’re not. Show your staff that you accept their decisions and follow through with your support.

Treat employees like you would treat clients.

Many business owners feel that the heart and soul of their business is the clients. In truth, the real heart that beats in your company is your employees. Without them, and without job satisfaction, they are unable to provide the service you need to retain clients. Create a policy that puts your team first which can, in turn, allow each of them to treat your clients well.

Encourage them to go the extra mile.

You want your team to take the extra steps for your company voluntarily. They shouldn’t only do what is required, but feel compelled to do more and do better. Create a culture that gives your staff the tools they need to go the extra mile for your clients. Allow them to develop their own ideas that they can bring to management with ways to improve service.

Appreciate your team.

Lastly, you want to make sure that you say “Thank you,” to your staff. Customer service is often considered a thankless job. With the potential for upset customers and issues to address regularly. Be sure to reward positive behavior, thank them when they’ve handled a particularly difficult situation, and develop an environment of gratitude among your staff so that feeling of thankfulness can become contagious in your office.

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Do you want to ensure your customer service team is performing at the top of their game? CornerStone Staffing can help by providing the best employees for your team. Contact us today to work with a top staffing agency in Dallas! 

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