Japanese retail workers are amazing with their services.
When customers come it, they will greet them right away.
If you are buying something, you will find this very helpful and kind.
But if you are just looking around, their approach might give you a lot of pressure.
Many Taiwanese restaurants would put service charge on your bill.
But some Japanese have asked me
“But they have never received any outstanding services from waiters why would they charge that pee?” What do you guys think?
When I’m working at a restaurant as a waitress, you have to predict customers’ requests and needs.
Better not wait until the customers call for our service.
When they also finish their drink like this, but don’t make your move yet.
Because you might end up giving him unnecessary pressure.
That’s why do you have to wait until he completely finishes the drink then you go over to his table and ask what he’d like to drink next.
Are we talking about customer service? Remember the doctor who got kicked off the United Airlines?
I’m sure there are many good case of customer service.
When I was traveling in the U.S. my Australian friend was trying to rent a car.
Because he didn’t have an United States credit card, he couldn’t.
They caused us so much trouble that I yelled at them the next day for 30 mins.
For the inconvenience, they gave us a free ride to our day morning brunch and a full refund.
Some people think Hong Kong might not have the best customer service.
I think it’s because most workers are busy and don’t make as much.
That’s why sometimes they will give you an attitude.
But they are actually good people.
I find the service at Taiwanese bubble tea stores very impressive.
You can customize your own drink with its sweetness, how much ice, and the type of tapioca ball.
If you want to do this in Vietnam, they will think you are annoying.