If your customers complain about your business and you don't handle that complaint properly imagine the impact it will have on your business. It could lose you customers and money.
This is why it's important that organizations gain valuable insight into complaints management and determine the root causes of problems. An effective system or process of recording and analysing complaints and how they were resolved can help.
Our standards and publications will assist you in implementing such a process, as well as offering guidance on areas such as improving customer loyalty.
Key standards for handling customer complaints and improving customer loyalty:
BS EN 15838:2009
Customer contact centres. Requirements for service provision
Code of practice for customer service
Inclusive service provision. Requirements for identifying and responding to consumer vulnerability
BS ISO 10002:2004
Quality management. Customer satisfaction. Guidelines for complaints handling in organizations
BS ISO 10003:2007
Quality management. Customer satisfaction. Guidelines for dispute resolution external to organizations
BS EN 14012:2008
Postal services. Quality of service. Complaints handling principles
Key supporting guidance books for handling customer complaints and improving customer loyalty:
Complaints management. Turning negatives into positives
Author: Michael Hill
This book is a useful reference for anyone wanting to improve the effectiveness of customer complaint processes and systems. It draws on case studies from a variety of sectors, such as financial services, healthcare, not-for-profit, utilities, and the travel industry to present you with opportunities to reflect on good practice.
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Also available as a pack of the book and the key standards BS ISO 10002and BS ISO 10003
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