Adapting service climate to meet employee, customer needs

COVID-19 has reshaped customer expectations, perceptions and behaviors

By Ellen Eun Kyoo Kim and Jungmin (Jamie) Seo

Service climate collectively represents an organization's fundamental standards and values about service. It shapes the establishment of service systems and sets organizational expectations, helping all members of the organization develop shared perceptions about service excellence.

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