When planning a trip to the post office, courthouse, DMV, or similar public service organization, people expect to have to wait. How long they wait and the quality of the waiting experience, however, can impact their satisfaction tremendously and cause ripple effects of outward frustration, a stressful public environment, and reduced staff morale.
Research shows a strong correlation between wait times and customer satisfaction. By tending to the length of wait times, or even perceived wait times, managers can improve customer satisfaction while cultivating a more positive service environment overall. A more efficient queue is a sure and fast way to improve multiple performance factors while creating the best experience possible for everyone.Continue Reading