|It sounds like you should have reservations about working in this reservation department. By basing their policy on employee performance and applying it equally to everyone in your department, management may have the right to implement such a policy, but that does not make the policy right. |
Management is obviously concerned about customer satisfaction and has adopted an aggressively negative policy to attempt to force the employees to maintain positive customer service. The problem is that this approach will also force the employees to become increasingly stressed, insecure, and dissatisfied, and this will ultimately undermine customer service, and a lot more.
The fact is that any customer can write a letter of complaint. This complaint may be justified, or may just as easily be the ranting of a chronic complainer. It makes far more sense for management to implement a policy that calls for a review, investigation, and discussion of these letters, rather than making a knee-jerk determination and termination.
Although it is important for management to place a great deal of attention on customer satisfaction, this does not mean that management should ignore employee satisfaction.