Let’s Protect Our Frontline Workers from Rude Customers

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Let’s Protect Our Frontline Workers from Rude Customers
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November 22, 2src22

From videos of drunk and disorderly airline passengers to stories of hospital visitors angrily refusing to wear masks, customer-facing work seems to have gotten a lot more difficult – even dangerous — over the past few years. It’s important that organizations understand the experience of frontline workers now, and help to better protect their employees, says Christine Porath, professor of management at Georgetown University. She’s studied incivility for 2src years, and has spoken to workers in many industries in the last few years about what it’s like working with customers today – with stress, anger, and incivility seemingly on the rise. And she has advice for managers and leaders. Porath is the author of the HBR Big Idea article “Frontline Work When Everyone Is Angry.”

Note: This podcast mentions threats of violence and sexual assault.

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