Agent Job Satisfaction is a bellwether metric that impacts many other metrics in service and support. It is positively correlated with customer satisfaction and negatively associated with absenteeism and turnover, meaning that absenteeism and turnover go down as agent job satisfaction goes up. It turns out that the adage “happy agent equals happy customer” is not just a cliché; it can be demonstrated empirically!As a 30-year veteran of this industry, I have seen support organizations struggle more often than not with poor morale and low job satisfaction. The good news is that both of these factors are controllable. By managing agent job satisfaction, you are simultaneously driving higher levels of agent engagement. Some of the primary levers you have for driving job satisfaction, and hence agent engagement, include training, coaching, and career pathing. Additionally, psychometric testing and agent scorecards are two underutilized tools that can have a significant positive impact on agent engagement in the workplace. Finally, compensation levels that are well above the market minimum not only produce higher levels of job satisfaction, but they also create economic benefits for the contact center that far outweigh the cost of higher salaries.Learn how to capture and calculate agent job satisfaction in this new MetricNet webcast! Additionally, Jeff Rumburg will reveal the primary levers support organizations have for driving job satisfaction, demonstrate the strong correlation job satisfaction has with other key metrics, and share benchmarking ranges for a representative cross-section of North American support organizations.Sample Job Satisfaction Surveys are available here.