This year may have taken us all apart physically, but it has brought us all much closer together. The most important thing we have all done during this pandemic is to build stronger connections – with family, friends, and colleagues. Isolations encouraged us all to double down on reaching out, and that is exactly what is helping us power through this continuing crisis.
Do you think Work-at-Home (WAH) just means sending your Agent home with a laptop? Doing it right involves changing every aspect of your contact center. Six months after March’s “Great Migration”, do any of the following challenges apply to your team?
Organizations will be feeling the financial impact of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic for years to come. Seemingly overnight, consumer behavior shifted and large swaths of the retail landscape closed shop. Perhaps most significantly, a considerable portion of the world’s office workers made an abrupt switch to work from home solutions.
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Move Contact Center to Working From Home: How to Transition Contact Center Staff to Work from Home During a Crisis
During a crisis, it is crucial to keep your contact center running, if customers don’t receive adequate support during this time,your business will struggle to retain them, and it can harm profits long after the crisis is over.