Some 59% of US workers say they would not deal with a company again after one or two bad customer service experiences, according to recent research from OfficeTeam.
The report was based on data from a survey of 1,001 people in the United States age 18 years or older who are employed in office environments.
Some 15% of workers say a bad customer service experience would prompt them to never again deal with a company; 44% say two bad customer service experiences would make them cut ties; and 23% say three incidents would be their breaking point.
Three-quarters of US workers say they have at least one good customer service experience each month; 42% say they have at least one bad customer service experience each month.
Some 71% of respondents say they are likely to contact a company after a good customer service experience; 79% say they are likely reach out after a bad experience.
Check out the infographic for more findings from the report:
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 1,001 people in the United States age 18 years or older who are employed in office environments.
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