Don’t Make Customer Service a Dead-End Job

We drove through several miles of low-rise public housing to reach our destination. A security guard studied us carefully from a watchtower when we arrived at a 20 foot high fence, complete with barbed wire. It was a scene straight out of a spy movie: a covert...

Rethinking Repeat Callers

As customers, we only reach out to companies when we need help. We consider it a victory when we navigate through the automated phone prompts to finally connect with a human voice. It adds insult to injury when our issue is not resolved on the initial call – forcing...