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Think of a time recently when you either encountered someone from a different culture or observed a person from a different culture having difficulty in a customer service situation. Describe the
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User: Think of a time recently when you either encountered someone from a different culture or observed a person from a different culture having difficulty in a customer service situation. Describe the situation, and what you learned from it.

Weegy: It almost goes without saying that good customer service is essential to any business. [ No matter how wonderful a job you do of attracting customers, how beautiful your place or even how delicious your food is, you won't be profitable for long unless you have a good customer culture in your establishment. People will remember what you or your employees have done or not done. Not just good service, but memorable service. Today's consumers have high expectation of any product or establishment as there are a lot establishments selling the same product. I have been working in the hospitality industry for almost two decades. I have always love the challenges of creating restaurant promotional ideas to bring in business. One important factor that I have found in my years of experience is that how good your promotional activities are, if your employees are not customer friendly then you won't get people coming back. Therefore you won't improve your business. Below are some of the little things I did to improve customer satisfaction. Feel free to add your own ideas and experiences. That's what's great about the World Wide Web, sharing of ideas. ]





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