Customer contact center employees - daily idle time 2011

This survey details the responses of contact center executives as to the total amount of daily idle time (wait time between calls) per employee. Some 27 percent of respondents stated that each employee has on average less than 15 minutes of idle time per day.

Amount of daily idle time of contact center staff (wait between calls), per employee in 2011

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Source

Release date

August 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

August 2011

Number of respondents

312 respondents

Special properties

Call center executives, managers or supervisors

Supplementary notes

This data relates to customer relationship management (CRM) initiatives. Contact centers encompass call centers, help desks and customer service centers.

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