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Happy Employees Don’t Just Happen: Here’s How to Create Them

Happy Employees Don’t Just Happen: Here’s How to Create Them

Happy employees are the best kind. They work hard, keep customers loyal, and stick around to help your organization accomplish its mission. You definitely...
Customer Service Week 2020

Customer Service Week 2020 Wrap-Up

We’re wrapping up Customer Service Week 2020 with themes, activities and comments from Fara Haron of Majorel, Mark Pereira of Briljent, and Centrical’s Gal...
Customer Service Week in the Year of COVID

More Customer Service Week 2020

In our second post on Customer Service Week 2020, Sitel Group’s Olivier Camino and Sweetwater’s Jeff Ostermann provide insights into their companies’ employee experience...
Customer Service Team Appreciation in 2020

Customer Service Team Appreciation 2020

This has been a grueling year—a marathon of fear, uncertainty and constant course-corrections. Throughout it all, frontline customer service staff across industries have stepped...
Say Goodbye to Agent Turnover, Not Your Agents

Say Goodbye to Agent Turnover, Not Your Agents

If you’ve ever managed a call center, chances are you’re familiar with the constant cycle of agent churn. You invest time and money into...
Contact Center Pipeline Top 5 Blog Posts

Top 5 Posts in October

What’s not to like about October… fall foliage, pumpkin spice lattes, Halloween and, in the industry, Customer Service Week. Our top 5 blog posts...

Inside View: Delta Vacations’ Customer Engagement Center

Most companies—and contact centers—have traditionally operated on the principle that the rules of the workplace always outweigh the needs of employees. Few companies have...
Contact Center Leadership Traits

What Parenting and Leadership Have in Common

I am fortunate to have raised two boys who are growing up to be fine young men. Some of the lessons I learned in...
Valuing Call Center Agents

Differentiator Series, Part 2: Valuing the Agent

Our people are our most valuable asset.” “Butts in seats.” It is hard to imagine two more diametrically opposed phrases. Spend time in a...
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