The counter will serve as the first point of contact
for consumers who wish to register complaints regarding their purchases.
Patients and carers were positive about case management as a first point of contact
with the practice, as a 'safety net', and for creating a one-to-one therapeutic relationship.
Something comes out and the first point of contact
is the ordinary guard who has no hand, act or part in it.
A job description explains that the role is an entry level role which requires the person to act as the first point of contact
with the customers.
Ross Hall, a principal lecturer in psychology in the University of South Wales' Faculty of Life Sciences and Education, will be the first point of contact
for service leavers wanting advice on planning their future.
A 2011 graduate, she has three years of experience and will be the first point of contact
at TH Hilson's corporate office.
It enables agents to work from any location - at home, in the office or remotely - while providing management and reporting tools designed to ensure that customer inquiries are addressed at the first point of contact
In the meantime, the Supervisory Board has asked CFO Keith Nichols to coordinate and be first point of contact
on the Executive Committee.
This is already one of the smallest operational teams in the service and the first point of contact
for Crosby coastguard centre for emergencies on the River Mersey and beyond.
A dedicated team dealing exclusively with business applications will be set up, while three "business champions" were appointed to provide a first point of contact
Summary: The United Nations may be about to appoint a "space ambassador" to be first point of contact
for aliens trying to communicate with Earth.
Time2Buy is a first point of contact
for anyone who cannot afford to buy a home on the open market.