Every busy contact center relies on careful scheduling. As a manager, you make sure you have adequate staffing for peak times, and you’re working hard to minimize attendance issues with a strong work environment, good employee/manager relationships, recognition and motivation, and adherence to disciplinary procedures. But right in the middle of each day, when your.
Your employee morale, like everything else in your business, is either growing or dying. Make sure the line is going “up and to the right” with careful attention to team building. Building your contact center team spirit isn’t easy, and it isn’t a one-time event. It takes dedication to each member of the team, meeting their needs and genuinely caring for their.
“Because I said so” or “Because I’m the boss” just doesn’t cut it with your contact center employees. Especially since they're likely to handle stressful customer service or public safety situations on behalf of your company. So while your knowledge of the product, hard work, and creativity prepared you well for leadership of the team, it's your.
One of the most crucial variables to your customer service team’s success is employee attendance. Your queue rate, customer satisfaction, and sales metrics all depend on your team’s availability and responsiveness. Quite simply, you can’t adequately meet your goals and the needs of your customers without your team. So how can a contact center manager or.