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Don't Ostracize Customers And Employees If You Want Profits

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A business with poor business relationships ostracizes customers and employees by ignoring their needs. Often these companies go further to ruin the relationship by second guessing instead of surveying the needs of groups they should be serving. This leaves these businesses without the financial and other resources necessary for stability.

Companies with strong business relationships invite customers and employees to share feedback, concerns, and even involve them in the creation of policy relating to the services provided. Anywhere you interact with a customer or employee is a point where you can learn from them. Companies following strategic relations grow steadily while building a significant profit base.

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By Justin Hitt at July 1, 2003 3:29 AM  Subscribe in a reader


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