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Almost all of us know someone who’s been affected by addiction or mental health issues. More than 20 million Americans over the age of 12 have a substance use disorder, and from 2002-2015, the drug overdose deaths in the U.S.more than doubled. (Source: Addiction Center)
Gender in tech is definitely having a moment Live Chat Gender Experiment Results by Olark live chat software for websites In the last year, many anecdotes of gender affecting support interactions, VC funding, and crushing companies public image have gone viral. These have all been fascinating stories, but personal stories nonetheless. There haven’t been many numbers shared behind the stories to show the true impact.
A few years ago, while chauffeuring me to the airport the Sunday after Thanksgiving, my mom casually suggested that I start a food blog. “You’d be such a hit!” she gushed. “We all loved your Piecaken!” At my age, I like to think I’m immune to parental flattery, but I never did outgrow the longing for internet fame. So, I started exploring blog platforms. I didn’t need much—a rich text editor, simple photo formatting, and basic analytics so I could chart my rise to stardom.
What does it take to provide the best customer service in the UK? 10 UK-based SMBs offer their thoughts.
Hi! I’m Barbara. I’ve been chatting at Olark for over four years now, and I’ve been in various forms of customer service for almost 20. In addition to that I’m a wife, a mom and a human with my own interesting life. Just kidding - my family and work make up most of (and the best parts of) my interesting life. When I first started working at Olark I wanted to chat. All work day, all chat. My boss wasn't sure that was such a good idea.
The Customer Service team at Olark recently published our first set of service standards, and we’re pretty excited about it! Here we have some of the Olark Customer Service team, frolicking happily on a recent team retreat, including Dennis (holding the paper pad above his head), Emily to his left, Brian to her left, Alicia across from Brian, Rhi getting ready to make notes happen, Sarah listening attentively, and Brooke sporting our retreat hoody from Estes Park.