I think by the nature of the work and the needs of the client there is a different element added. In a normal business you'd see any sales rep and wait in line for one if one wasn t available. In the business you want to see a specific provider and don't want to be seen doing it.LordLuken wrote: ↑Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:48 pmActually Leelee, I can. I'm using it as an example, much the same. Business is business, irrespective. For the purpose of what I was putting across it works just as well. Principles and model is same, like I said services offered are different and subject to own realities. Yeah shit happens.Leelee69 wrote: ↑Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:43 pmI don't think you can compare a parlour with a comms business. There is a descretion element to be added in this industry that doesn't apply in the 'real' world or there could be an ante room where the punters could wait and queue til one customer left, wouldn't be a pretty sight or one that anyone would want to see.
Ideally a receptionist would be on at all times but this probably isn't viable either financially or practically.
In the parlour visiting world punters must realise sometimes shit happens
I just think there has to be an element of expecting to not be seen at that time unless you book that in a normal walk in consumer business doesn't exist.