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Joe Marconi

Handling multiple people at the service counter

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Here’s the scenario: Your writing up a customer at the front counter and another customer walks through the door, and you are the only one at the counter. You realize that you need to give the customer you are speaking with your undivided attention, but what about the customer that just walked in?


Well, you need to make some sort of contact with the customer that just walked in. That customer may feel uncomfortable just standing there not being noticed. You need to make eye contact with the customer and give a head nod or tell them you will take car of them in just a moment. This is good customer service and will put the customer as ease just by the fact that you took a moment to recognize them.

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