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Are We Finally Ready For Remote Agents?
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After years of discussion, the stars are aligned for this strategy.
The Measures Every Successful Call Center Should Have
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There are seven types of measures that should be in place in every customer contact center.
The smaller the center the bigger the problems
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Our expert helps managers of small call centers improve operating efficiencies and reduce the number of daily "hair-on-fire" events.
Wellness Initiatives Ignite Healthy Agent Performance
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Even if measuring ROI for these initiatives is hard, there is a growing recognition that the health and wellness of an employee population is good for business.
Contact Center 2007 List Of Banished Words
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Wouldn't it be awesome if we boiled the ocean for the seemingly unending flood of nonsensical talk?
Agent Training Beyond the Classroom
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E-learning tools are a great way to feed your agents' knowledge and respond to skill gaps without big time and classroom commitments.
Get People To Want To Do What You Want Them To Do
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Call centers that offer agents incentives enable them to become more adept at helping customers -- and themselves.
Products of the Year: These Are the Sharpest Knives in the Drawer
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We've chosen seventeen products, services and ideas that will transform how you run your call center.
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