helpfulness


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
The most significant drop in satisfaction was recorded on the pharmacy's helpfulness with insurance issues.
They've also enjoyed chatting to the specially trained staff and have praised them for their humanity and helpfulness.
In this week's edition of the Trib+Health newsletter: Climate change may help spur insect-borne disease, new research raises questions on helpfulness of high doses of antioxidants and an interview with Iram Kazimi of the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
We have never had any difficulties (we use 777 777) and their helpfulness has always been excellent.
In addition, based on an older finding in the literature by Janak (1978), the authors also hypothesized that possible perceived similarity may be related to levels of helpfulness.
The methods typically used by e-commerce companies begin from the same assumption, namely that all users share the same concept of helpfulness [7,9,10,11,12,13,14].
Each profes sor's overall quality rating is calculated by weighing the clarity and helpfulness rating, although easiness and rater interest levels also were tabulated.
HELPFULNESS OF STAFF: When I asked for assistance looking for a present for a teenage boy they pointed me in the direction of "gadgety stuff and things for phones".
But the authority said it had attempted to help organisers with the festivities and any suggestions were "in a spirit of helpfulness and co-operation".
The gesture of helpfulness should extend to all Namibians.
The UKCSI business benchmark asks customers to rate organisations' performance in various customer priority areas Johnson Fleming scored highly in helpfulness, friendliness and competence of staff.
The awards are entirely based on customer feedback with owners able to rate caravan dealerships on several areas such as customer service, communications and staff helpfulness.