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By Janelle Barlow

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This writer told about a chartered Pan Am 747 jet filled to capacity with a group going to a weeklong Club Med vacation. The plane arrived at the resort a day late—with none of the passengers’ luggage! According to the frustrated former employee, not a single passenger complained. Sometimes, a reduction in complaints can signal a positive trend. In such instances, the company is tabulating the number of complaints it receives about specific issues. , enjoyed a positive reputation for producing high-quality clothing until the 1980s.

What was being said to them? Weir asks. Were they taught a lesson as to what would happen to them if they had a complaint? What was the impact on this supermarket brand? Did the customers conclude that this is the chain’s policy? And then Weir asks about the message the store staff received. Do they not have to take any guff from angry customers? 18 Obviously, the other customers saw an out-of-control 30 complaints customer, but as Weir points out, they probably also noted that this customer had a legitimate complaint and was treated rudely.

The genuinely pleasant experience of buying a new car just had dirt thrown on it. Organizations need to look carefully at the perks they attach to higher service ratings or lower complaint numbers. Staff members will figure out a way to deliver these numbers if it is in their interest to do so. Shortly before Pan American Airways was sold to United Airlines, an angry staff member, in a letter to a newspaper editor, wrote that service had gotten so bad at Pan Am, customers simply stopped complaining.

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