- Invest in-service training, not QC
Depending on the size of your business, you may already have a quality control department. The department identifies any quality issues and strives to resolve them. But relying on the quality assurance department can cause your company to perform poorly because it can show your other employees that quality is not their main concern. Investing in training all employees at all levels, not just the QA department, will tell your employees that no matter what role they play in the company, they are responsible for providing quality Additional Service. Look at the differences in the service training for your existing employees. Hold online or face-to-face customer service seminars for your employees as part of your production requirements. Organize training courses to resolve specific issues or gaps, such as how to communicate with clients in the registry or how to contact clients in meetings.
For example, if you are trying to improve the checkout service, please provide training to improve the checkout service. In the registration form, you can discuss how to meet with buyers.
- Create a new employee launcher
The program will train new employees on quality and service immediately after the start of work. It should be a good plan that allows new employees to clearly understand your company’s products, services, and core strategy. It should also strengthen your company’s attitude towards customers and its commitment to quality customer service. The plan should outline your company’s service methods. List examples of customer service problems you have encountered in the past and/or now, and solutions to the problems you have encountered. This will help newbies understand your views on the service and solve these problems.
Connect experienced employees with new employees. Experienced employees can provide the experience of performing well in your company and specific positions or roles. Experienced employees can also provide guidance to new employees on quality customer service.
- Learn the 30/30 principle
This simple rule states that employees must greet each customer within 30 steps or 30 seconds of entering the store. This approach makes your customers feel needed and desired and thus has a more positive attitude towards your business.
Be sure to train your staff to use body language and words to greet you. “Hello” is not important, as long as it comes from an employee who does not stand up, look directly into the eyes, smile, or use open body language.
- Link employee behavior to the company’s overall performance
This means you have to show your employees that what they do in the workplace every day has a big impact on customer satisfaction and results. By combining individual behavior with a larger system, your employees will understand the importance of providing quality service every day.
- Encourage employees
To view customer service as a “story” about their company. Your employees are the most important way for customers to interact with your business. In most cases, the way they interact with customers shapes the overall “culture” of the company or store. Understand that their customer interaction is not limited to one registration exchange, but to actually convey the customer’s view of the entire space by providing quality Additional Services to employees every time, which will help inspire inspiration