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Every good business operator knows that if you spend too much time working in your business and not enough time working on your business, you are doomed to fail. This is why, as a limo hire operator, you should take the time to consider if you are offering your clients the best possible service.
Some of your most important assets as a limo hire operator are your chauffeurs. If your passengers receive poor or even average service from your chauffeurs, they are not likely to want to repeat the experience, and can you blame them, you've given them no reason to come back?!
As a limo hire operator, you should not be the one training your chauffeurs, you should be spending your time making sure there is more business coming in. Therefore, you need to be sure the chauffeurs you are sending out are properly trained.
A bad experience will stick in your customer's mind much longer and stronger than a good one and they will tell all of their friends and family about how disappointing your service was and every business operator knows that word of mouth is the best (or worst) advertising there is.
While you may have to wait a little longer if you send your chauffeurs to be trained properly, you will reap the rewards for many years to come as they provide excellent service to your customers again and again.
You may not have had any complaints from your customers, but are you getting complaints from your chauffeurs? Are they not receiving enough praise and tips from their passengers? This generally means they are not providing good enough service as good service is almost always rewarded. The chauffeurs may not be dedicated enough or they may just not be trained well enough. But if your chauffeurs have the dedication to do the training they will have the dedication to stay with your company and contribute positively to the industry.
So, make sure you take heed of the feedback you receive from your customers about the service of your chauffeurs, and in the future, make sure you choose chauffeurs who have had extensive training, as well as sending your existing chauffeurs to polish up their skills and find out about emerging trends in the industry.