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LC WAIKIKI SERVICE PRINCIPLES
Our. Purpose Informing you about the main principles of retailing whilst providing consistency in quality of services to our customers at each store
Content Our Purpose Who’s the customer? What is the service? First Impression Outside appearence of the store Inside appearence of the store Appereance of the staff Greeting customer Communication Verbal communication Nonverbal communication Body Language
Content Additional and alternative sales Service at the till Greeting customer Duties of the cashier Customer send off After sale services Relationships within the stores
Who. Is. The. Customer?
Who’sthe. Customer? CUSTOMER is defined as a person or company who buys product or a service on the purpose of trading or special reasons. Customer is the main reason of our business, the only and most significant source to whom we our strength.
Who’sthe. Customer? The reason of existence of every employee in the company A person who comes to you for a specific reason, expectation and need To whom you depend on but who is not dependent on you The person who pays our salaries.
Whatdoesa. Customer. Expect? Given promises to be kept, Feeling himself/herself valuable, Apology when necessary, Quickness in all processes, The service that makes difference
The. Reasonsof. Losing. Customers The customer may move to somewhere else %3 The customer maybe sick or passed away %1 They may be influenced of competitors’ advertisements and promotions % 7 Opening of new stores by competitors %8 Not being satisfied with the product %14 Giving bad service %65 Other reasons %
What. Is. The. Service?
What’stheservice? Providing Customer Expectations is Going Beyond the Expectations of Customer Being Customer Oriented is a self-service system in which store is arranged in such a way that customers can find the products they are looking for easily. TO BE CUSTOMER ORIENT
A customer whose expectations are not provided, • Will not buy from our stores, • Will tell others about his/her discontent. Is to create a positive impression and maintaining this. Customer Service. Whythe. Serviceis. Important?
Bad. Service? Let’s say that we give negative service to 100 customers annually. 100 – 5 = 95 95 × 13 = 1235 × 2 = 2470 The side effects of word of mouth / The customer who are dissatisfied with the service that we provide will share his memories
Quality Two quality types determine the customer’s idea about a specific service. ▪ Solid quality ▪ Product ▪ Store ▪ Abstract quality ▪ Service It is providing customer request and needs and presenting the most ideal service.
Knowing customer request and expectations A kind and professional attitude Giving information pre and post the sale Not forgetting that we have reason of existence We must pay attention to placement of the product and transfer the products from warehouse to Salefloor immediatly. Our. Service. Principles
General Look of the Store Service Quality The Cashiers The Return Process. Our. Service. Principles
Do. Not. Forget!!! Today’s Customer ; Expects a service which is faster, with more quality and in line with their requests. A SERVICE WHICH TAKES ONE’S GREAT EXPECTATIONS SHOULD BE PRESENT
The. First. Impressionof. Customer The first and most important stage of sale is the moment customer first meets store and sales assistant. At this stage the customer has a first impression of the store. If the first impression is positive then it is more likely to have positive shopping experience and vice versa.
Outside appearence of the Store Inside appearence of the Store Appereance of the Staff. The. First. Impressionof. Customer
Outside. Appearenceof. The. Store Display window should be cleared regularly, lights should be checked, Shouldn’t go out of rules of the related department for external wall, Lay out of display window mannequins should be as VM department arranged. It should be especially checked whether windows are clean and without any stain.
Outside. Appearenceof. The. Store There shouldn’t be any boxes, rubbish, cigarette stubs etc left in front of the store. The visuals related to the special offers should be placed so that can be seen easily by the customers. The products taken from the display window when needed should be put back to their places within the shortest time and neatly.
Inside. Appearanceof. The. Store inside cleaning should be watched over and detailed cleaning shouldn’t be made when there are customers. The materials such as ladder, box etc. which can inhibit the movement of the customers should be put back to their places after usage. Cleaning and order of fitting rooms should be watched over.
Inside. Appearanceof. The. Store The products should be exhibited and grouped according to lines and brands shouldn’t be mixed with each other. Store temperature should be in line with seasonal conditions. Music played in the store shouldn’t be too loud or low-voiced and play in Accordance with defined rules. Store smell shouldn’t be unpleasant.
Hair Care Beard Care Make-up Clothing Shoes Personal Hygiene Breath. Appearenceofthe. Staff
Personal. Care Hair Should be neatly dressed and presentable Exaggerated hairpins shouldn’t be used, Long hairs should be tied up so as not to prevent the work. Pencils shouldn’t be put on the hair, For dyed hairs, dying care should be made regularly.
Personal. Care Beard care: Should be shaved every day. Beard should be clean and well cared for. Make up Shouldn’t be exaggerated, Some make up should be applied necessarily.
Personal. Care Dress Code: LC Waikiki personnel dress should be worn, Uniform should be ironed and clean, Buttons shouldn’t be missing, Should be suitable size, Exaggerated accessories souldn’t be used, Name tag should be worn on.
Personel. Care Shoes: Should be clean, shined and suitable for the dress, High heeled shoes shouldn’t be worn, The color should be suitable with the uniform, Sandals, slippers etc shouldn’t be worn.
Personal. Care Body Care: Strong smelling perfumes shouldn’t be used, Should be careful about smell of sweat, Should give attention to personal cleaning within the day, If possible, should have shower before coming to work everyday.
Personal. Care Your Breath: Shouldn’t smell cigarette or food, Smelling food shouldn’t be eaten, Should be careful about cleaning of teeth, Deodorants, mints etc. ( Should be used during lu n ch and tea breaks. )
Whenthe. Customerisnotin. The. Store Arrangement of Sections, Replenishment, Ensuring that all merchandise is in size order Checking alarms, label, barcodes, Cleaning (Not detailed), Below points should be done
Whenthe. Customerisnotin. The. Store Preparing combinations, Checking light, music, airconditioning, Getting infromation about new special offers, Getting knowledge about the products. Below points should be done
Whenthe. Customerisnotin. The. Store
Gathering and forming groups, A detailed cleaning, Dancing, Eating, chewing gums etc, Reading newspaper, Carrying and using cell phones, Leaning on tables, stands, Opening boxes. DO NOT do below mentioned!! When. Thereis. No. Customerin. The. Store
When. Thereis. No. Customerin. The. Store DONOT!!
When. Thereis. No. Customerin. The. Store DONOT!!
When. Thereis. No. Customerin. The. Store DONOT!!
Convenient Timing to Greet the Customer The customer should be noticed and met as soon as s/he enters the store. Even if helping to another customer, the new customer should be welcome with an eye contact even though s/he is not close.
Hi Come in How can i help you What’s up Brother, sister, welcome What are you looking for? Are you looking for pants? Can i help you? How much can you pay What are your needs Are there anything else you liked. Greeting. Words Not to be used Welcome Hello, welcome Lady, gentleman Welcome, Mr, Madam, Miss, Misses(for the regular customers Good afternoon Good morning Happy new year / meeting according the special days. To be Used
No body cares about me, who should I ask for help Value Your Customer
Value. Your. Customer I always: S how that I noticed the customer, G reet her/him, My f ocus is always my customer, L isten to them, A sk appropriate questions.
Value. Your. Customer I always: M ake an eye contact, S how big interest, Approach without any prejudice, Care about my customer’s request, C heck whether I understand correct or not.
Communication. Proportions % 7 Words % 38 Tone and emphasis % 55 Body Language
Body. Language Body Posture: Should be dynamic and give confidence Gestures: Should be smiling and body controlled Eye Contact: While talking, should make an eye contact Your Walking: Shouldn’t draw attention Tone of Voice: Influencing and confident voice tone should be used. Speech-Form: Jargon shouldn’t be used Appearance: Should be businesslike and clean looking.
Verbal. Communication. Skills Do not mix up the words and speak slowly Avoid using foreign and unnecessary words Avoid using magazinal and slang expressions Tune up the balance of your voice Use the words appropriately and clearly Build up correct, and clear statements
Looking Formal look Serious, positive, directive Socail look Between Friends Negative Look, Flirtive look Imagine that there is a triangle on forehead of the person you are in contact. If you direct your look in this area, the person understands that you are serious about doing business. You can control the interaction on condition that your looking doesn’t fall below eye level.
Useof. Head Caring expression Neutral expression) Critcising expression
Intimate distance 0 -46 cm Personal Close Distance 46 -120 cm Social Distance 120 -350 cm General Distance in Public 350 — cm. Distance. Between People Be careful about not entering the intimate space of person you are in contact and keep the intimate distance while communicating people.
Eye. Contact When eye contact is not made; It can be perceived as: I am not listened I am not paid attention to I am boring I am shy I feel guilty
The. Way. Of. Standing
-How long should I wait for you to get service!!Do. Not. Turn. Your. Backto. Customer
May I have your attention please! I do want to make the payment. )I am bored. Just leaving to take a break)Show Your Attention to Customer
Active. Listening Do not interrupt the customer, Do not do something else while listening, G ive customer the feeling that you give importance to listen ing to her/him , During the conversation, show with your ac t ions that you understand the customer, From time to time do repetitions, Do not hear only what you want to hear,
Objections Do not be defensive upon the objections. Be solution centric Reasons of Customer Objections Physical conditions Less variety, missing sizes Price Poor service quality Maintenance, cash point, fitting rooms etc
Investigate the real causes of the objections Respect the customer and let them manifest their objections Do not get into any “debate” or “information contest” with the customer First listen the objections and after act in an appropriate a t titu d e Techniquesfor. Absorbingthe Objections
Additional Sales Alternative Sales
Alternative. Sales The Word “NO” shouldn’t be used, If there isn’t the requested product, another product which has the same function should be offered, A different option which has the same function should be offered by understanding the real need, Different model, color and design should be suggested.
Additional. Sales Combination suggestions, Offering other colors from the same product, Suggesting the products that have discount and special offer, Presenting supplementary products and accessories, Suggesting gift products, Presenting trend products etc.
Service. At. The. Till
Whileservingformorethanonecustomer • First customer always has priority, • Concurrent service can be given, • Should be practical and fast, • Various methods diverting the waiting customer should be used, • They should be directed to another Sales Assistant if there is someone who can help, • Should apologise while leaving the customer,
SERVICE AT CASH DESK
Dutiesof. Cashier Meet the customer with a smile, Remind of the payment advantages, Address the customer with his/her name, (if it is possible) Fulfil the transaction fast and faultless, Care about the product and credit card, Not blaming the customer regarding the problems in payment, Make sure that cash point is clean and tidy, Smile during the transaction, Use send off sentences.
Sendoff. Statements LAST IMPRESSION
Send. Off The first and last moments in sale process is very significant. Even if first impression is very good, send- off the customer «last impression» needs to be as good as first meeting.
Send. Off Even if the customer hasn’t bought anything, send them off kindly. While send off, you should be the first to use send off or thanking statements. Don’t show that you are tired during send-off. If the store is not crowded, accompany the customer in cash point and send them off till exit.
Come back again Bye See you again Take care of yourself Farewell brother Mock mimics Please sentences. Sendoff. Statements. That. Shouldn’tbe. Used
Sendoff. Statements Goodbye, have a good day Hope to welcome you again Have a good weekend Congratulate for the special days Send-off via using their names
— Use in good days. -Thank you very much. Send. Off
Returnand. Change Our policy is to conclude the reimbursement while preventing the customer to get on his nerves. Return: Customer can ask to give back the product and get the money back Change: Customer can ask to change the product You should use effort to result the return as change without annoying the customer.
Returnandchangesituations Should be met with welcoming statements, Should make an effort to find the problems, Should give the feeling that you are on customer’s side Should be smiling, active listening “ I understand you” statement should be used, Shouldn’t be angry, Shouldn’t talk as if blaming, If possible, product return should be finalized as change, Legal procedures should be explained kindly.
5 Golden. Rules 1. To prepare a comfortable and enjoyable environment 2. Respect the time constraint of the customer 3. Do not act in “by definition” terms. Act according to their attitude instead 4. Show your attention to the companions of the customers 5. Serve willingly
Instore. Relations Respect Friendship Honesty Business discipline Social relationships Team spirit
Fairness: We should never forget that our honesty is our only treasure. Faults are our faults, success is our success, store is our store. We should give particular importance to company interests within this awareness. Working Discipline: First of all, our first responsibility is to start w ork on time. The personnel whose shift is over shouldn’t leave w ithout getting the permission of the manager. Instore. Relations
Social Relations We see mostly our colleagues in workplace rather than our family. Common activities done out of shift hours will develop interpersonal dialogues. Mutual understanding is possible only through correct dialogues. Instore. Relations
Team Spirit: While selecting the personnel, the ones inclined to team work are preffered. Each personnel has specific duties in the store but it shouldn’t be forgotten that all store personnel are the members of the same team. Instore R elations
Thank. You… LCWaikiki. International. Retail Training. And. Development. Department March