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Updated Tuesday 06-18-2019
Service Waterfall Colorbrite Jr. Padfolio
starstarstarstarstar from LB of St. Albert, Canada

Service Waterfall Colorbrite Jr. Padfolio

Quick Service
Great quality, always well-recieved by the gift recipient.

Service Waterfall Certificate Paper
starstarstarstarstar from BAD of Las Vegas, NV

Service Waterfall Certificate Paper

Great Looking Certificates
I use this paper for customer service recognition. The team looks forward to the certificates every month.

Service Path Greeting Cards
starstarstarstarno star from Target Mom of St Cloud, MN

Service Path Greeting Cards

Love this Product
Love the vibrant designs on these cards. They work great for our purposes.

Creating a Customer Service Culture

When people think of customer service, they think of the front-line workers, the ones that come in direct contact with the customer. But the truth is, everyone in your company has an impact on the customer experience: The receptionist who greets visitors, the IT worker who maintains the systems to take orders, and the marketing staff that communicates information about your products. Everyone touches the customer in some way. This is why you must develop a customer service culture — from the top down.

Here are some simple steps you can take to create a Customer-Friendly Organization:Communicate to every level the importance of customer service and the behaviors you are looking for regarding that service.

Recognize employees when they demonstrate positive service behaviors, both formally with awards and informally with certificates, medallions and hand-written notes of thanks. Constantly give specific examples of good customer service. Emphasize the concept of internal customer service. And treat your employees well!

The quality of service they offer your customers is directly related to how the employees are treated themselves. Empower your employees to make decisions and break the "rules" to satisfy a customer. Train your people—all your people—on this customer service-based culture from the moment they are hired.