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When your front-line staff prepare to welcome guests each morning, chances are they do a routine check that everything is in order. In a restaurant, for example, it’s likely that they stock the condiment caddy with packets of ketchup and salt, wipe down tables and counters, and fill the napkin dispenser. In fact, we’re betting...
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Social media has given the general public an instant channel through which they can air their complaints — and sometimes, when they’re particularly displeased, they can be downright rude about it. Responding to a negative comment on social media can be a delicate process, but it is also an integral part of guest relationship management. Here...
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Most businesses know that providing great customer service has always been the foundation for success. You can pour every resource into product development and marketing, but if customers are dissatisfied with the service they receive in-person, you run the risk of losing them to your competitors forever. No matter how your staff engages with customers...
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According to a study by J.D. Power and Associates, when a hotel guests’ problems are resolved during their stay, it results in overall guest satisfaction averaging 80.7, compared to only 74.9 if there were no problems to begin with. Providing the perfect guest experience is challenging given the number of variables in any given stay...
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How restaurants can use front-line staff to increase customer loyalty and generate more revenue Successful restaurant owners understand the correlation between front-line staff performance and top-line success. They know that superior service can be a differentiator that increases sales and secures repeat business. That’s why they make it a priority to ensure that all front-line...
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Why do up to 80% of shoppers walk out of stores without making a purchase? Equally important, how do you convert them? The question weighs on retailers, but most aren’t equipped to answer it. Traditional receipt-based surveys can tell retailers what made 20% of their customers buy. But receipt-based surveys can’t help retailers reach shoppers...
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