For most contact centers, surviving the first months of COVID-19 required swift operational reboots that began with major work-from-home (WFH) transitions.
The strain of balancing the need to protect employees from the coronavirus while maintaining business continuity continues for contact center leaders. As call volume, customer anxiety, and agent stress all still soar, what you once managed can now feel overwhelmingly un-manageable.
Throughout the crisis, we have worked with contact center leaders to help them meet the challenges of these unprecedented times. We’ve seen that the organizations that are not only surviving but beginning to gain the momentum necessary to thrive long-term, have consistently prioritized nine contact center best practices that withstand the test of time—and a global pandemic. These contact center best practices create the enduring customer experiences necessary for brands to thrive now and long after this crisis ends.
Contact Center Best Practices for…
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