Jersey holds courtesy and customer service awards

People in Jersey are being asked to nominate the most helpful and good-natured shop assistants in the island.

It is the first time the Chamber of Commerce and the Parish of St Helier have held customer service awards.

The public will be able to vote using forms that will be available from September.

The winners will be chosen by a panel of judges including members of the Chamber of Commerce, Jersey Post and the Constable of St Helier.

The award will be given to those who go above and beyond expectations for customer service in Jersey.

Claire Boscq-Scott, one of the judges, said excellent customer service was about attention to detail.

The public will be asked to vote for the best employee of a small, medium and large business, the best service from a self-employed person, States employee, the best team and the best example of courtesy in the hospitality industry.

One overall winner will also be chosen from those seven categories.

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