Proper training ensures that employees learn dynamics of customer satisfaction

Moore, James S.
December 1988
Marketing News;12/19/88, Vol. 22 Issue 26, p13
Trade Publication
The article argues that proper training ensures that employees learn dynamics of customer satisfaction. Consistency is important to customer satisfaction and attaining it needs service employees to follow basic regulations governing their contact with consumers. Routine transactions also need appropriate training.


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