Call Center Span of Control
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What is Call Center Span of Control?
The average number of call center representatives and front-line staff members (i.e., non-management employees) reporting to each individual call center manager. This metric should be segmented by region/office location and/or team to provide a more granular analysis.
Why should Call Center Span of Control be measured?
Call Center Span of Control, or Management Span, measures the number of employees reporting to each manager (i.e., direct reports) within the call center. A low span of control typically indicates that certain management positions may be candidates for elimination, which in turn would reduce total labor costs for the organization. A span of control that is higher than desired may indicate that managers are spread thin and unable to properly oversee, develop and assist their direct reports.
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