Remote work is becoming increasingly popular, and this trend is also affecting customer service teams. A recent survey found that 70% of customer service organizations have remote employees.
Building a high-performing remote customer service team can be challenging, but it is possible. Here are some strategies that can help you succeed:
1. Define Roles and Responsibilities
Effective management hinges on clear communication. Start by defining each team member’s roles and responsibilities within your customer service team. This clarity aligns employees with your company’s culture and goals. Determine the skills and qualities required for success in customer service positions and seek candidates who possess them.…Continue reading