Customers might get angry for a variety of reasons, some justified, some not. Whether they confront you face-to-face, over the phone or in Live Chat, you are likely to encounter frustration, aggressiveness, irritation and very little patience. Handling such customers is one of the most difficult, stressful and challenging parts of the customer service job.
While unhappy customers tend to spread their negative experiences through word-of-mouth, online customer reviews and comments in social media channels, it can really hurt your brand’s reputation and even lead to revenue loss. On the other hand, the right response to a customer complaint can actually turn those unsatisfied customers into your loyal fans.
Check our Infographic with 10 simple tips on how to handle angry and rude customers effectively and 10 great quotes to remember when dealing with them. Have something to add? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.
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The Current Industry Business Model
Beyond dilution control equipment, not much has changed for the large sanitation chemical providers. Their business model remains based on selling more chemical volume (price competitiveness). Their sales representatives are still rewarded on sales volume (which equates to chemical volume) and in our capitalistic system - rewards drive behavior.
Consider the following: if a sales representative is financially rewarded on volume sales, what is he/she incentivized to do? Read on yo learn more