Category: employee experience blog

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Employee wellbeing in 2021: Tales from the contact centre

Throughout the pandemic, people turned to contact centres to get the crucial help, assistance, and information they needed. With shops shut, information offices closed and banks unable to open, customers had little option than to call a contact centre to...

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Lessons from lockdown: why customers care about your employer brand

The pandemic has taught us many things and gave some companies a costly lesson of how to look after their employees. As it turns out, the way employers treat their employees has an impact on customers’ loyalty and their general...

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Overcoming mental health challenges with the right CX approach

Millions of people all over the world found themselves forced to change their purchasing behaviours overnight, which had a strong impact on global trade. The pandemic was a turning point for customers’ relationships with companies and their service teams. People’s...

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Calabrio guide: Building next-generation workforce management

As the next-generation workforce management (WFM) challenges continue to arise and evolve in this turbulent time, new solutions are required for better results and long-term value. Contact centre leaders are undergoing constant pressure to maintain service levels and drive efficiency while...

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Can We Really Be Productive In the Comfort of our Own Home?

All it takes is one major event or natural disaster to disrupt the way businesses operate, which can ultimately negatively impact productivity and the bottom line. These events can often prevent us from working in our corporate offices, conducting business...

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