Set expectations for the behavior of your front-line employees

Front-line employees can affect how customers perceive a company, so it's important to set clear rules for their behavior. "You sit them down and say these are the expectations I have for the business, this is what I'm trying to portray. And then you'll find that they follow it," said Elaine Allison, a customer-service advocate.

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