Help us help you! Respond to our annual customer experience survey

August 7th, 2019 2 Min read Help us help you! Respond to our annual customer experience survey Blog
You have something we want: your feedback! Most businesses focus on feedback that sings their praises, but that’s not good enough for us. We want to hear it all! Your honest feedback will help us improve so we can deliver the best service possible. That is why we send out our annual customer experience survey. In mid-September, watch your inbox for an invitation to participate in the survey. At most, it will take a few minutes to complete. Please let us know what you honestly think. It will help us better serve you.

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Kevin Kealey

Kevin Kealey

Kevin Kealey is a marketing writer who’s been with CHG for sixteen years in various roles, including perm physician recruiter and divisional trainer. Prior to CompHealth, Kevin worked as an educator, executive coach, and training consultant for 20+ years. Kevin lives with his wife Suzanne in South Carolina with their two German shepherds, Bailey and Blazer, and a Congo African Grey parrot who goes by the name of Sebastian.

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