This article discusses ways to develop a customer-service mindset. It explains the importance of understanding customers and building relationships with them.
Learn what spectacular customer service looks like. DIscuss good and bad customer service as a class. Divide class to create videos to represent what was discussed in class!
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Retail supports 42,000,000 American jobs. In this slideshow created for the 2019 MBA Conclave, by NRF representative Adam Lukoskie, you will find info and stats on retail career paths and related skills. It also includes information on the NRF curriculum called "Rise Up" where student certifications can be earned including: Retail Industry Fundamentals Specialist, Customer Service & Sales Specialist, and Business of Retail Certification Specialist.
Employee Handbook used for SBE.Outlines basic rules and positions for leadership staffIncludes Empolyee Integrity agreement to be signed by Student, Parent/Guardian, and Teacher