If you work in a frontline job, dealing with the public can be tricky. Phrases like “The customer is always right”, and “The customer is king” colour beliefs about how we should treat people. They may be sound advice to help remind staff to stay focused on customer satisfaction, but this doesn’t mean that service users should be allowed to get away with hostile or aggressive beahviour.
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