The Truth about Agent Training and Turnover in the Contact Center

Assumption: Call center turnover will always be higher than you want, no matter what you do. If this is true (and a mounting body of research suggests it is), you’ll need to complement rewards such as bonus pay, flex time, and public recognition with other means of getting the most productivity from your agents before they head for greener pastures.
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