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- An investigation into whether complaining can cause increased consumer satisfaction
- Determinants of Consumer Satisfaction/Dissatisfaction towards Dispute Settlements in Singapore
- CUSTOMER DISSATISFACTION AND SATISFACTION WITH AUGMENTED REALITY IN SHOPPING AND ENTERTAINMENT
Customer satisfaction is an important indicator in determining the future coordinates of any entrepreneurial activity, be it company, institution or non-governmental organization. Our research is performed in the public hospital units from Alba County. The purpose of this paper is to identify an instrument for measuring the satisfaction of consumers of health services respectively patients.
An investigation into whether complaining can cause increased consumer satisfaction
The purpose of the study is to examine the effect of complaining behaviour on defection behaviour based on demographics gender, age, marital status, education and, income level of the dissatisfied customers of retail stores.
A structured questionnaire was successfully distributed to respondents, who had made purchases from sixty retail formats operated in Delhi and Gurugram belonging to the domain of Shopping Malls, Hypermarket, Supermarket, Department Stores, Discount stores and Category Killers through systematic stratified sampling for the collection of data.
Multiple regression analysis with forward selection was employed to predict the effect of complaining actions on defection behaviour based on demographics gender, age, marital status, education and, income level of the dissatisfied customers of retail stores. The study has found a significant effect of complaining actions on defection behaviour of dissatisfied customers of retail stores based on their education qualification and income level. However, gender, age and maritial status of dissatisfied customers did not moderate the the relationship between complaining actions and switching behaviour.
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Determinants of Consumer Satisfaction/Dissatisfaction towards Dispute Settlements in Singapore
JCSDCB is an international, refereed journal which publishes scholarly and managerially relevant articles on a broad range of satisfaction-related topics.
CUSTOMER DISSATISFACTION AND SATISFACTION WITH AUGMENTED REALITY IN SHOPPING AND ENTERTAINMENT
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Findings from a survey of cases of complainants and claimants in Singapore show that while there are some differences between complainants and claimants, it is the length of time taken to settle the disputes that exert the greatest effects. Specific implications are highlighted for the attention of consumer associations as well as for businesses and possible responses are discussed. Wee, C. Report bugs here. Please share your general feedback.
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