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How to Incent Your Customer Service Reps to Top Performance

Your email inboxes have days-old emails. Hold times have become way too long. And many customers just plain get forgotten.

It happens in customer service.

It may or may not actually be your service team’s fault. After all, your company could be experiencing huge growth that you just don’t have the manpower to handle.

And maybe COVID has caused you to fall back to a barebones customer service department.

Whatever the cause of your customer service challenges, you always want to provide the most motivating work environment possible so you get the best performance out of your reps.

It’ll only accelerate your recovery as the return to normal takes shape.

Currently, just 39% of American employees feel engaged in their jobs, according to Gallup. That’s up from 36% in 2019. And it’s up from 29.6% in 2013.

But the fact that 61% of American workers do not feel engaged in their jobs speaks loudly!

More than likely, nearly ⅔ of your employees really don’t care all that much about their work.

And of course, they’re not going to deliver quality service if they don’t care.

Ultimately, you can’t fix all motivation problems. They may originate with personal issues inside your employees over which you have little control or influence.

But you can still compensate your reps in ways likely to provide the most motivation. Here’s what to do:

1. Employees and Managers Need to Trust One Another

The foundation of success for any incentive pay you offer rests on the level of trust between employees and management.

The two have got to be on the same page for everything to work.

Imagine yourself as an employee with a manager you didn’t trust. Everyone has had one.

If they paid you any incentives, that was nice. But you’d much rather work for someone you get along with who you think has your best interests at heart.

2. Incentives Must be Easy to Track

Your performance metrics must be abundantly clear.

Reps need to know exactly what they need to do so they can increase their performance.

And this also eliminates any potential for jealousy or discord among your employees because they have no argument as to how incentives work.

3. Balance Among Metrics Tracked

The performance metrics you track must emphasize quantity, speed, and customer service quality/satisfaction.

Otherwise, the system could be easy to manipulate. An employee could give everyone a refund.

But that doesn’t mean they’re doing their job.

Balance these categories of metrics so you reward truly the best performance.

4. Include Employee Feedback

You won’t develop the perfect incentive system the first time around. No one can.

Work out the wrinkles with help from your employees. You’ll end up with a system that suits your company and provides a motivating work environment that attracts top-tier customer service reps.

Creating an effective incentive system is not as simple as it sounds.

But follow these steps, and you will find yourself with one that works for your company.

3 Overlooked Business Reopening Strategies

Americans are itching to get out of their homes. Ask anyone about this, and you’ll hear them communicate some restlessness and desire to get back to normal.

Businesses harmed by the isolation caused by COVID-19 may see their fortunes reverse explosively here in the coming months.

But many overlook sound business sense. And when you only have limited ability to deal with so much during a chaotic time, it’s easy to forget actions you should take until it’s too late.

Here’s what to look for as reopening continues:

1. Don’t Rush to Cut Costs

Still hanging on by a thread and waiting for consumers to gain their confidence?

Cutting costs isn’t necessarily the right thing to do. You may have to cut costs to keep going.

But only commit to doing so after careful consideration of your long-term ability to generate revenue if you have to cut costs.

Do your best financial forecasting with and without your cost-cutting measures so you can estimate the effects of those changes.

Cost-cutting may end up being the right decision. But don’t jump to it first without careful analysis.

2. How to Motivate Associates to Return to Work

Associates aren’t necessarily getting a bad deal by staying home and collecting unemployment. And the benefits will last for a while yet.

Motivating associates is tough work. Do you use a carrot or a stick? A little of both?

It can be hard to decide what to do and when.

First, make it easy for your associates to get back to work. Be willing to let them work from home. People who work from home are happier and more productive.

However, if you can’t get the productivity that you want out of your associates, then let them know you may need to let them go.

Many American workers are highly concerned with losing their health insurance. That may be the motivator they need to return to work.

3. Always Test New Revenue Models

If there’s one thing that COVID-19 has taught us, it’s that the entire world can change in just the matter of a few days.

A catastrophe as extreme as COVID likely won’t happen again for a long, long time.

But, the market always changes.

Rely on your go-to revenue generation strategies as your foundation like you always do.

But, always put a chunk of change to the test with a new strategy. More than likely it won’t work.

However, you will have experience you can use to make better decisions. And you eventually will find more revenue streams that far outweigh your investment.

The more diversified you are, the safer you are in any market.

There’s one word that never describes business: easy.

But armed with these tips, you now have a better approach that protects your position in any market.

3 Forgotten Back to Business Strategies for 2021

Want to win the return to business war in 2021? Truthfully, it’s not as hard as it seems.

Here’s what focus on:

1. Work on Building Lifelong Customer Relationships

Business is really nothing but hundreds of millions of interactions with customers.

But most businesses don’t understand this obvious truth. That’s evidenced by customers’ extremely low trust in businesses.

Data from Hubspot reveals this about consumer trust:

  • 55% don’t trust businesses they buy from as much as they used to
  • 65% don’t trust company press releases
  • 69% don’t trust advertising
  • 71% don’t trust sponsored ads on social networks
  • 81% trust their friends and family’s advice over what businesses say

Consumers go to third-party review websites like Google or Yelp before patronizing any business.

The point is to go above and beyond in your customer relationships. Most companies don’t.

Customers expect that when they need help, their favorite business will leave them hanging.

So when you come through, you stand out and win customers who stick with you through thick and thin.

2. Have a Precision Understanding of Your Core Customer

You likely have several market segments you serve. But one segment stands out above the rest and is really essential to your survival.

How well do you know their hopes, dreams, and pain points?

Are there ways in which you can improve in addressing those? Do your competitors have a step ahead of you in any of these respects?

If you think about this point long enough, you’ll realize that again it’s all about the relationship.

You can only have a relationship with your customer if you understand who they are and how to solve their problem.

The better you stay in touch with that, the harder you are to beat in the business arena.

3. You can’t Avoid Social Media – It’s Essential to Your Success

No matter how traditional your business may be, you have to work on being present on social media.

Baby boomers, who used to prefer shopping in-store versus online, have shifted to buying online because of COVID.

Plus, in general, 52% of new brand discovery happens on social media. And social media ad spending has risen every year, hitting $50 billion or so here in 2021.

Social media is more of an asset than you think. You can gather specific market data (age, gender, location, interests, and more) when you advertise on various social channels.

This is the type of data that cost 6-7 figures 20 years ago.

If you notice, there’s nothing special about these tips that makes them only apply now. They’re timeless. They’ll work in any business climate.

It seems strange. But most businesses overlook these strategies. If you take the time to really master them, then you’ll easily own the market during the 2021 recovery and beyond.

3 Consumer Expectations for Retail Packaging in 2021

What do consumers want from your packaging? Remember, it’s another opportunity to strengthen that all-important relationship factor.

Get it wrong, and you sour your customer’s opinion of you. Get it right, and you really stand out because most businesses don’t take the time to optimize their packaging for the customer experience.

Here’s what consumers can’t do without in 2021:

1. Your Brand Story

Customers want to feel like you really get them on a deep, emotional level. In that respect, it’s no different than their primary relationship.

Not all brands’ customers consistently do this. But you can bet they remember and come back to the ones who truly get them the most.

Share the story of how your brand has continued to adapt to changing customer needs despite extreme adversity.

Companies have not only reinvented their packaging to more closely reflect what their customers want, but they’ve also used NFC tags and QR codes to direct consumers to stories about the specific origin of their product.

For example, New Zealand (yes, the country as a whole) created a Made with Care campaign. In this campaign, QR codes were placed on products from the country.

Consumers could then scan the code and read about the story of the farm from which their products originated.

How original, direct, and personal!

2. Supply Chain Transparency

The World Economic Forum has found that today’s customer doesn’t just want the product or the experience it offers.

They want to know about the entire journey of the product.

For example, they don’t want to find out that forced child labor was used to make the product.

And they don’t want to learn that manufacturing the product released all sorts of pollution.

Princes, a leading UK-based food and drink brand, took that to the extreme. On each of their products, you can scan a QR code that then drives you to a web page.

This web page then contains information about the product’s journey from the farm to retail shelves. You can literally learn about every last stop it makes.

You can use your retail packaging to highlight the brief story of your product’s life. And then a QR code and landing page can flesh out the details.

3. Feedback

What if you could get direct consumer feedback on your product’s packaging at a bare bones cost?

Using the QR code strategies discussed above, you can simply direct consumers to a website page where they can share their feedback on your packaging.

Now, you don’t have to wait for months and months of sales data to flow in and then make your guesses.

Learn exactly what people think of your packaging. They’ll also tend to be more honest because they don’t have to share the information in person.

Consumers may not be aware of this yet. But you know how people love to share their opinion.

Your retail packaging is more of an asset than you think. So take these to heart. And blow by your competition while they sit around trying to figure out what to do.

Back to Service: 3 Best Customer Service Phrases Consumers Want to Hear

“It’s not our policy…”

Doesn’t that just cause you to grind your teeth and tense the back of your neck as soon as you begin to hear those words?

You know something’s coming that you don’t want to hear.

And it gives you the impression the company has thought out what could go wrong and deliberately built a policy to deny refunds.

You don’t want to do this kind of stuff during the COVID recovery. It only hurts your comeback.

So, what phrases can you use to engage your customer and provide the all-star service that differentiates your brand from competitors?

Let’s take a look at some:

1. “I’m sorry”

Sounds pretty basic, doesn’t it?

Well, in this case, it’s not so much about what you say as how you say it.

If your customer service reps’ words sound like a recitation because this is the 100th time today they’ve had to say them, they don’t carry any effect with your customer.

Your reps need to slow down and mean it when they apologize.

That puts customers at far greater ease because they feel personally cared for…rather than feeling like just another number to be dealt with.

To increase effectiveness, combine “I’m sorry” with exactly what you’re sorry for, such as:

“I’m sorry you never received your order.”

Now you’ve taken responsibility for the customer’s exact problem. And that goes a long way towards making the rest of the conversation go easier.

2. “I’d feel the same way”

Hey, your reps are customers of all their own favorite brands too, right?

They’ve certainly found themselves in exactly the same situation as many of your customers.

Customers love it when you get them and empathize.

So after they explain their problem, build some rapport by telling them you get it.

But don’t stop there!

Actually show them you get it by briefly describing the same scenario you just had recently (but only if it’s true).

For example, the product didn’t work as expected. So, your rep could say,”I’d feel the same way. In fact, I had the same problem with a pair of shoes I bought the other day.”

3. “Thanks for bringing this to our attention!”

Customers have all had companies who completely ignore problems with their products or services.

When they pointed out something wrong, the company got irritated and refused to fix the problem.

Great companies want to know what’s wrong with their products and services so they can improve and make customers happy.

So whenever a customer points out a flaw, no matter how many, thank them. It’s an opportunity for your company to be better and win more market share because there’s likely hundreds of other customers with exactly the same problem who haven’t called!

Your customer service team can use many other phrases to deliver an amazing service experience.

Language is important. And equally important is your rep’s sincerity. Master hiring reps who do both well, and watch your customer lifetime value explode!

POLLOCK ORORA named to Modern Distribution Management’s 2021 Top Distributors List

Grand Prairie, TX, June 29, 2021 — Modern Distribution Management (MDM) is happy to announce that Pollock Orora is named among its selections for the 2021 Top Distributors list for the Jan/San segment. The annual list ranks the Top 150 North American industrial, construction and commercial product distribution companies.

Selection to the annual list is based solely on revenue factors across 16 discrete product category sectors, as well as the overall wholesale distribution industry. “While 2020 was a difficult year, it also highlighted the critical role distributors play in keeping the U.S. economy running,” says Elizabeth Galentine, MDM editor-in-chief. “These top distributors continued to innovate, problem-solve and persevere.”

“We’re honored to be named a 2021 Top Distributor. This is a testament to our dedication to making SOLVED HAPPEN!”

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About Modern Distribution Management (MDM)
Modern Distribution Management is a market research and media company that provides business intelligence resources to wholesale distribution executives and industrial product marketers. Since 1967, MDM has been the definitive resource for distribution management best practices, benchmarking, trends and business intelligence through its market research, analytics, publishing and conferences.

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Reopening for COVID

With Texas fully open for business, it’s time to make your pivot and adjust to society’s new norm.

Customers aren’t necessarily ready to flock back into stores. For example, Baby Boomers, who used to prefer to shop in-store before COVID, are still extremely hesitant (and understandably so) to make the move back to in-store shopping.

Who knows when, if ever, in-store shopping will return to its pre-COVID status?

Whenever dramatic market shifts occur, you can make mistakes that hamper your effectiveness.

Here’s a few big ones to watch out for, and what to do instead:

1. Don’t Be Adamant Everyone Works In-Office

The Society for Human Resources Management performed a survey of employees to gauge their attitudes about the many issues COVID presents to their work.

52% said they would work from home permanently if given the option.

Don’t think that you necessarily need to let everyone work from home. But have the willingness to be flexible.

Maybe let your employees work from home a few days per week.

After all, many studies show that employees who work from home are much more productive.

One such study found that remote employees get an additional 1.3 days’ worth of work done per month – and a shocking 3 weeks more per year!

2. Don’t Charge Ahead with Employee Temperature-Taking

Yes. You’re keeping everyone safe by trying to detect COVID aren’t you?

True, but there’s a number of catches to consider first, according to an article at Business Insider.

For one, you’ll have to pay your employees while they wait around to have their temperature taken. The next problem is that you’ll have to worry about keeping that biometric data private. And then you’ll have to figure out how to social distance employees while they wait to get their temperature taken.

One possible alternative would be to contract with a healthcare company to do the work. But, then you have to go out and evaluate your options and deal with any frictions working with a new vendor causes.

Suddenly, a seemingly simple thing becomes a little bit more challenging.

3. Not Protecting Yourself from Liability

Interviewing potential new candidates by phone or video can help you avoid liability when hiring.

But when you think about it, there’s so many opportunities for potential candidates and current employees to hold you liable for harm to their health in their return to work.

And you can’t force them to simply get the vaccination either.

Simply having your employees sign a waiver won’t do the job either. Waivers are frequently unenforceable.

You may be able to get around this somewhat and reduce your risk by creating an arbitration agreement or possibly working to reduce the time employees have to sue you.

But neither of those are perfect guarantees. It’s just another challenge you have to be aware of and ready to navigate as society re-opens.

It’s not easy being an executive and making these decisions. But someone has to do the job.

Now you have greater awareness of some pressing issues and some context to help you make the right decision for your company.

How COVID Is Changing Consumer Spending Habits

Ahh, those wily consumers, what will they do next? Every business is asking themselves just this question.

So let’s get right to it and see what some of the leading retail minds have to say about consumer spending in the post-pandemic economy:

1. American Consumers Are Still Terribly Anxious about Their Health

7,000 global consumers surveyed by Alix Partners still rate their health as a primary concern in the post-pandemic world.

44% of US consumers surveyed fell into the “Most Anxious” category when it came to their health. For comparison purposes, just 33% of those in the United Kingdom had the same sentiment.

So, whatever you can do to make your customers feel more comfortable in your store, do it.

And of course, any product you can offer to help your customers protect their health is a win.

2. Safe Outdoor Cultural Events Gain Momentum

These technically don’t come from retail stores per se. But, you can certainly use them to inspire your own thinking.

In California, for example, you can go to the Field of Lights, which is a solar-powered exhibit of a field of lighted artificial poppy flowers (poppies are the state flower of California).

In Toronto, you can go to the “Van Gogh by Car” exhibit, the world’s first drive-in art exhibit. You can see 40 different Van Gogh paintings.

Animated video is projected on the walls and floor. And you can listen to music made for the exhibit on the radio.

Those may be more elaborate and risky for your retail store to pull off. But, consumers are willing to go to these types of things because they can stay safe.

And you might be able to do something similar, but smaller-scale.

3. Discretionary Spend is Accelerating

This one should really come as no surprise. With COVID relaxing its stranglehold on society (at least a little bit anyway), consumers are relaxing with their finances at least a little too.

McKinsey reports that stimulus payments and holiday pull-through have influenced recent growth.

Further, more than 50% of consumers intend to do something nice for themselves and splurge on something in the near future. And higher-income millennials will be the leaders in this type of spending.

Apparel, beauty, and electronics are their intended categories for spending.

McKInsey expects to see spending continue to increase in 2021.

Let that information simmer for a while and see how it influences your 2021 – 2022 strategy. And armed with this information, your revenues will be just fine.

How to Manage the Continuing Increase in Corrugated Cardboard Prices

Americans have been ready to get back to normal for some time, and it looks like exactly that is going to happen in the coming months.

Sports stadiums are working their way back to allowing full capacity. The COVID vaccine is out and available to the masses, and the CDC even says people who have had the vaccine no longer need to wear masks.

But, consumer purchasing habits aren’t changing. Higher corrugated cardboard prices will remain a problem for the rest of the year. And to add insult to injury, Amazon has been purchasing cardboard like mad (though it’s been undertaking cardboard-saving measures too), leaving smaller businesses with a real problem on their hands.

What can you do?

We’ve already offered some ideas in a couple articles. Here’s some other things you might consider moving forward:

1. Shift to Plastic

In the EU, supermarkets haven’t been able to get cardboard for the eggs they sell. So, despite the fact it’s not a very eco-friendly move, they’ve shifted to plastic.

European consumers haven’t liked it. But, it’s gotten to the point that either they get their eggs in plastic containers, or they get no eggs at all.

You may have to use undesirable (but temporary) measures like this. Less revenue is better than no revenue at all.

2. Try In-Store Promotions

Consumers are still going to be gun-shy about going into stores. But, with the vaccine coming out and more and more governments allowing society to re-open, consumer confidence will slowly return.

This may not be a huge opportunity because it will take some time for people to get comfortable shopping in-store again.

But, every little bit you can do to deflect the high costs of cardboard helps.

3. Continuously Audit All of Your Packaging

Even though Amazon gets a rap as the “bad guy,” they do use artificial intelligence to determine the best-fit packaging for every customer order. They claim they’ve reduced their cardboard use by 33% over the past 5 years.

You may not have the ability to use AI to make decisions.

But you can certainly evaluate all of your packaging and find out how you can either use smaller packaging that better fits your product without sacrificing protection, or use different packaging entirely.

4. Work on Just In Time Cardboard Box Deals

Anything that alleviates the pain of not having the cardboard boxes you need helps. Many packaging distributors will store your boxes for you as you purchase them and then release your boxes when you need them.

So, you can lock in the lower prices now. And then you know you’ll have the boxes when you need them.

It won’t be easy. And it will require some innovation and creativity. But, the good news is you can make it through these high cardboard prices okay.

Society’s Reopening: How Your Retail Store Can Handle It

California wants to have its economy fully open June 15th. Some talk says it may even happen before then. Texas is already fully open.

But what about consumers? Research by Deloitte shows that only 34% of Americans would feel comfortable going to the store again.

Despite unemployment falling from nearly 16% in April 2020 and all the way down to 6.1% in April 2021, Americans still aren’t comfortable letting go of their money. They’re holding tight.

How have all those factors been affecting your retail sales, whether online or in-store?

Well, here’s what you can do to make the best of this situation:

1. Use GIS-Powered Information to Strategize

Are you still using spreadsheets and PDFs loaded with data to make business decisions?

In and of itself, that’s not necessarily bad. But, if that’s all you do to strategize for 2021 and 2022, you’re probably missing out on serious revenue.

In addition, use GIS-powered software dashboard to help you make decisions.

What is GIS?

“GIS” stands for “geographic information system.” So, for example, you could pull up a screen of all your stores in the region or nation, and instantly find out new information on micro or macro consumer trends.

So, you could identify a consumer run on a product specially suited to Houston residents, and then deliver an email to those consumers about your stock left to increase urgency and buying.

2. Study Startups for Innovative Solutions

Necessity is the mother of invention, isn’t it? The new market, as it stands to be for the next 12-18 months, will certainly lead to startups with unique solutions.

Rather than creating a whole new company, you can simply sit back, study some of the new approaches startups are bringing, and then test the same idea in a small-scale, low-risk way in your own business.

Let the startup do the heavy lifting and take on all the risk. You, on the other hand, can study and learn from their mistakes, which increases your own odds of success.

3. Sink More Resources Into Online Sales

Even without COVID ever happening, consumers were shifting to online purchasing. In-store sales isn’t impossible, but it’s going to remain difficult.

Baby boomers, which represent a good portion of our population, are also at high risk to get COVID. And because of COVID, they’re now convinced that buying online is the right move to make.

In other words, it just makes sense to continue to learn how to sell your products and services online. It’s just not going away. And even with society opening back up, people are still scared enough to continue their purchasing online.

Even with COVID’s disruption, you’ll more than likely make it through with room to spare. And now you have a few more strategies in hand to help you out.

5 Consumer Snacking Trends That Will Shape the Future

How will COVID affect consumer snacking?

Many people may have not thought about the topic, but as a c-store manager or exec, it’s definitely something to consider.

Let’s get right into some of the trends that will shape consumer snacking:

1. New Flavor Experiences

If there’s anything to know about human behavior, it’s that people like the new and unique. And it’s no different when it comes to snacking.

Market research by FMCG Gurus and reported at Food & Beverage Insiders shows that 57% of consumers like products with new and unusual flavors while 72% have experimented more with flavors in the past 5 years.

This data, by the way, was for global consumers, and not just Americans.

So what new and unique experiences can your c-store deliver to your customers?

2. Consumers Want Healthier Choices

Today’s consumer no longer wants just whatever they can get whenever they can get it.

They want their body and mind to be in tip-top shape. They don’t want to feel the afternoon crash so many Americans experience.

Research by natural foods company ADM supports this. 31% of consumers already purchase snack items tailored to their health needs, while 50% say they prefer snacks with naturally beneficial ingredients.

3. Buying Snacks Online Won’t Change

Per the Mondelez International 2020 State of Snacking report, 69% of consumers plan to continue buying their snacks online even after the pandemic ends.

Even though society is slowly opening up here, consumer confidence in the safety of their health remains relatively low.

It’s going to take some time for consumers to see that COVID will remain at bay.

4. Consumers Will Rely on Snacking More Than Ever Before

Pre-COVID-19, consumers ate an average of 2.6 snacks per day. 42% of consumers said they ate more than three snacks per day. 44% said they ate snacks in lieu of meals at home and work.

Now, after COVID-19, snacks are only increasing in importance, according to an article at Food Business News.

With more consumers buying online and going with healthier options than ever before, you need to strike a balance between those preferences while making online ordering easier.

5. Upcycled Snacks Gaining Momentum

“Upcycling” refers to using the byproducts of other manufacturing processes to create snacks.

Not only is it a way to identify new and delicious snacks, but since it minimizes waste, you can advertise it as beneficial for the environment too.

The Upcycled Food Association (we have no business relationship with them) has a list of dozens of companies who make such snacks.

As far as snacking goes, you have plenty of opportunity. Will you capitalize on it?

End Your Product Labeling Problems with Express Labels

What’s your vision for your product’s label? Want to stand out from other products so you snatch more sales? Need to make sure you stay within legal guidelines?

Yeah. Express labels can do that. And they’ve been doing it for more than 25 years now. So there’s not a situation they can’t handle.

They also keep an extensive selection of raw materials available so they can quickly respond to your urgent projects.

Take a look at some of their capabilities to see how Express Labels can meet your needs:

1. Wide Range of Social Distancing Labeling

COVID-19’s going to remain a fact of life for at least the foreseeable future. And with the variant strains of COVID popping up from time-to-time, it could demand more change and social distancing rules at any second.

Stay on top of the situation with floor graphics and healthy hygiene labels. And if you work in a home office, easily remind everyone when you’re available and when you’re busy to keep stress and tension in check around your home

Keep yourself and your employees healthy so you maintain or grow your market share.

2. Food and Beverage Labeling

It’s hard to stand out and get attention in today’s marketplace. But the challenge becomes a lot easier with help from Express Labels.

Available high-resolution labeling options give you the little edge you need to compete and win. Plus, the labels are water-resistant, so they hold up even after your product is bought and stored in the fridge. That way, you don’t get forgotten, and you increase the likelihood your brand gets remembered and bought again.

You can also get “soft touch” labels, which give customers that extra sensory information that other brands overlook.

3. CBD Labeling

Legalizing CBD has ripped open the floodgates on a rapidly-growing new market. Everyone wants in on the new craze.

…And now you can differentiate from the competition with unique labeling. Durable materials with high-tack adhesives are necessary to succeed (otherwise your labels become susceptible to peeling).

Express labels can do all the CBD printing you need in a cost-effective way. And you even have eco-friendly labeling options available too.

For unique, cost-effective labels that stand out, we gladly recommend Express Labels. So you should feel ecstatic when we recommend them to you!