Well, it’s that time again. As children wait patiently for Santa Claus and our cameras become loaded with shots of happy times, the festive season is yet again upon us. While lasting memories are prevalent, frustration, disappointment and boiling tensions are also always rife at this time of year. Why oh why might you ask? Well, with stringent time, resources, and cash allocations, customers are right at this very moment scrambling to check every single item off their to-do lists before Christmas Eve!
It’s a crowded global marketplace out there, bursting at the seams with consumers who each have very different requirements, at different times, via different support channels. With that in mind, many organizations still strongly believe that it's as impossible to make a sweeping generalization about what every single customer expects than it is to sneeze with your eyes open.
The very prospect of working from home oozes nothing but initially positive connotations with regards to assumed, lenient working schedules and carefree surroundings. Although home agents perform many, if not all, of the exact same tasks as their office based counterparts, the fundamentals of working from home are commonly distorted and misinterpreted.