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Customer Service

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Customer Services I will be illustrating the benefits of providing good customer service to internal and external customers. We all use different types of businesses in our everyday lives, experiencing customer services in all sorts of way. Some of our experience is unfriendly, where as some times it very rude. On the other hand some staff are really polite and friendly. Research has shown that people have experienced bad customer services twice as more than a good customer service. Customer Service is very important in any sort of business. It reflects on how the business is. All business needs customers because their payments are the income. All the staff are trained to help their customers by providing a helpful service when they are purchasing goods or a service that a business is providing for them. By being polite and helpful to their customers, the business benefits because customers will be satisfied and more likely to come back again to make another purchase or tell others how good the services was. In another way this benefits the business because it is a cheaper way of advertising. Examples: Providing excellent customer service is one way a small business can distinguish itself from the competition. Reference: This description of customer service was search on Google, and it is from wikidpedia Customer service (also known as Client Service) ...read more.

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* Improved job satisfaction. This is very important for the business as if the employees are satisfied with their jobs, then they will be happy to put more effort in to their work. Employees can be satisfied with job bonuses or promotions. Internal customers should be satisfied with their work force, as this will lead to efficient work; more productivity or better customer service. Business will benefit from it, as they will attract more customers and this will lead to more income and profit. I have done some research on job satisfaction, by simply going on to Google. I came about this very useful information about 5 ways to improve job satisfaction. I will put this information in my own words. 1. Get organized: this is very important, because if you are not organized you will not know about the task needs finishing and what to do next. You should write down everything you need to accomplish the next day and list it in order of importance. This will save your time, as you won't spend time thinking what you need to do. 2. Improve your co-worker relationship: Get to know the people you work with in a more personal manner by inviting them out to lunch, sharing a joke or funny story with them, or asking about their day, their family or their hobbies, as this will build a good relationship. ...read more.

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Examples: * If your business has a better public image, then you are very lucky because if your goods are similar to businesses that are not doing so well, your business will still be getting customers because they will be coming to you for the brands name. * An other way is customer service; if you satisfy your customers by giving them discounts and offers like buy one get one free, then its is more then likely that customer will coming to you because customers are looking everywhere for discounts, vouchers and different offers, as they want to buy good products in less prices. An edge over the competition Every businesses try's to differentiate there selves from other businesses to attract more customers. This leads them to advertise something different; it can be a product or a different policy. Companies generally find something unique that will identify their business as special and superior to any other. This can result in more customers and increased sales. Examples: * Again you can make yourselves different from others by either making your business look more welcoming or giving out different offers and discounts. * Buy one get one free offers. * Free deliveries if you have a food business or even you can give free deliveries for furniture. This will definitely make you stand out, and customers will be choosing your business over others ?? ?? ?? ?? Anika Ahmed ...read more.

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