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Employee/Customer Onboarding, Training and Enablement

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Jonathan DeVore

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By: Jonathan DeVore
December 2nd, 2021

Many trainers and supervisors hate scripts. And who can blame them? Scripts have a reputation of causing:

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By: Jonathan DeVore
November 30th, 2021

Is compliance important at your company? If you need employees to be compliant with policies and procedures, then you are probably nervous about mistakes resulting in:

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By: Jonathan DeVore
November 28th, 2021

When we talk to call centers about which metric is most important, it depends on their overall goals. While there are dozens to choose from, and all of them are important, sometimes one metric sticks out more than others.

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By: Jonathan DeVore
November 27th, 2021

  1. Include behavioral interview questions Include behavioral questions in your interview that help you decipher whether an employee would be a good fit and if they could have success in your contact center.

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By: Jonathan DeVore
November 17th, 2021

Every day, your employees are performing thousands of transactions and interacting with thousands of customers. And because of the nature of financial services, when employees make mistakes it can result in lost money, fines, a loss of trust, and audit findings.

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By: Jonathan DeVore
November 16th, 2021

One of the most difficult things to do in life is watching somebody else do a task that you can do well.

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By: Jonathan DeVore
November 14th, 2021

Now that your company has decided to use ScreenSteps for your knowledge base, you need to train all of your employees how to use it. And you’re wondering, “Does training look the same for tenured workers as it does for training new employees?”

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By: Jonathan DeVore
November 7th, 2021

If you work at a bank, just mentioning the word, “compliance,” has you on the edge of your seat.

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By: Jonathan DeVore
November 5th, 2021

When most people think about a standard operating procedure, they think about a very formal document that looks something like this. 

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By: Jonathan DeVore
November 4th, 2021

Every day, your frontline employees are performing thousands of transactions and interacting with thousands of customers. And because of the nature of banking, when they make mistakes it can result in lost money, fines, a loss of trust, and audit findings.