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|Title:||A Provisional Thumbs Up to New Zealand Bank Call Centres|
|Citation:||University of Auckland Business Review, 2003; 5(1):30-40|
|Publisher:||University of Auckland Business School|
|Organisation:||Centre for Learning and Professional Development|
|Janet Sayers, Andrew Barney, Carole Page and Kogi Naidoo|
|Abstract:||Call centres have been called the factories of the future. But this perception is challenged by recent research involving three large New Zealand bank call centres and conducted in the Department of Management and International Business at Massey University in Albany. Most importantly, the thumbs up for the call centres has come from staff, Ecustomer service representatives (CSRs), who are at the forefront of the banks Eservice-delivery strategies. Staff also have provisos, however, and bank managers can learn a lot from listening to workers speak through this research and through developments overseas as well, where a variety of call centre practices have shown what constitutes successful and unsuccessful employment strategies in call centre work.|
|Description:||© 2008 The University of Auckland Business School|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Learning and Professional Development publications|
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