When company culture and customer service are critical, here’s how working remotely is handled at The Receptionist
Ever wondered how the holidays at a startup tech company are handled? We talk business and time-off on this episode of The Check-In.
When customer requests come in, here’s how The Receptionist handles them as a bootstrapped startup with a small engineering team.
Want to have great staff meetings but not sure how? We cover how to make sure your all-staff meetings don’t suck.
Sarah Suzuki, LCSW from Chicago Compass Counseling shares about growing her therapy practice and how The Receptionist has helped her business.
If you wanted to know what marketing is like at a bootstrapped tech startup, this podcast is for you.
Hiring employees is an important process for any company; learn from our experience about how to get great people for your business.
Bootstrapping it as your company grows can allow you to maintain the culture and goals that are important to you and your business.
Businesses need to focus on having a strong front desk check-in experience. The podcast covers best practices for a front office.
Being a front office receptionist entails a lot. On the podcast, we discuss receptionist roles, responsibilities, and what happens when the receptionist is overwhelmed.
Businesses need to prioritize security and compliance; The Receptionist can support your efforts to remain secure and compliant within your industry.
Positive company culture is critical for your employees and customers. Learn about the values and culture of The Receptionist and dealing with PND Syndrome.
Before you make a purchase, consider the jobs that you hire that product or service to do. We cover why jobs to be done matters for our company and yours.
Customer support is often a business’s focus, but good customer service isn’t enough. We introduce radical customer service and how to achieve it.
We’re talking about why to shift from old school to new school ways of running your front office, including using visitor management software.