Director of First Impressions

April 2016
Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;Apr2016, p1
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The title given to receptionists in forward-thinking companies that realize the importance of employees who are the first people to greet the public. In enlightened IT departments, the title is also given to help desk personnel, because the head of IT understands that the behavior of internal support reps greatly influences the company's attitude toward IT.


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