IAA Stars 2017: Customer Service in association with Post Office
Meet the star team Paul & Gail Mather who are obsessed with customer service and have a clear customer process from start to finish.
Category Star 2017: Paul & Gail Mather, Sherston Post Office & Stores, Sherston
Paul & Gail are obsessed with customer service. They were inspired after a brilliant customer experience at Marks & Spencer’s and became determined to ensure their service met the same high standard.
Now, all staff are involved in shaping their process. They’ve updated their top 10 “turn on and turn offs” and have a Wallace & Gromit ‘cracking service’ wall chart which staff members can use to recognise when other team members provide excellent customer service.
Paul & Gail continually learn and strive to improve their methods.
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· Paul & Gail Mather, Sherston Post Office & Stores, Sherston
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