Customers expect us to be accountable for our actions and provide clarity on any decisions made. This means keeping them informed about our services, providing the opportunity to resolve the situation when things go wrong and delivering an outcome. Finding ways to a resolution is fundamental to our relationship with our customers and building trust.
Here’s what customers told us
We asked customers to rate their experience with a government service to understand how we are tracking against our commitment to resolve the situation.
“Having the issue solved on the first instance, and if not, a very clear and concise roadmap to how the problem is going to be solved, along with good communication on how it's going to be done.”
Male, 41 years, Metro NSW 1
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1 NSW Government Customer Experience Qualitative Research, Q1 2022.
CXS Source: NSW Government Customer Experience Survey (CXS). About the survey methodology.
Fieldwork: January to June 2022.
Questions: Thinking about your experience with the government service… we would like your opinion on your experience in reaching an outcome. Please indicate how strongly you agree or disagree with each of the statements below.
Base: Customers who have interacted with government services in the last 12 months.
Sample sizes: ‘Resolve the situation’ Customer Commitments (various n=9830 to 11351).
Definitions and notes: Responses to the Customer Commitment questions are calculated as the percentage of customers that selected ‘Strongly agree’ or ‘Somewhat agree’ and it excludes ‘Not applicable’ responses.