Do Affordable Headsets Matter in the Workplace

Businesses and call centers are turning more and more to VC-enabled headsets, according to an infographic about affordable headsets in the workplace. Companies need the right tools to communicate effectively with customers, clients, and other departments. They are giving up their desk phones because the headset technology is more advanced and clear. Businesses and call centers are choosing VC-enabled headsets for several reasons.

1. Productivity -- Companies are realizing a better return on an investment when they give employees headsets with VC applications. They are more productive by using the headsets.

2. VC Technology Use -- Headset users use other VC technologies up to 2.5 times more than knowledge workers without headsets.

Consumer-grade headsets are not as well-made. Users have complained about these problems. They are not built for all-day use. They are great for an hour or two, but call centers are on the phone for eight or nine hours every day. That is a lot of wear and tear. They aren’t comfortable to the wearer. Employees don’t wear them and aren’t productive.

Businesses and call centers are turning more and more to VC-enabled headsets, according to an infographic about affordable headsets in the workplace. Companies need the right tools to communicate effectively with customers, clients, and other departments. They are giving up their desk phones because the headset technology is more advanced and clear. Businesses and call centers are choosing VC-enabled headsets for several reasons.

1. Productivity -- Companies are realizing a better return on an investment when they give employees headsets with VC applications. They are more productive by using the headsets.

2. VC Technology Use -- Headset users use other VC technologies up to 2.5 times more than knowledge workers without headsets.

Consumer-grade headsets are not as well-made. Users have complained about these problems. They are not built for all-day use. They are great for an hour or two, but call centers are on the phone for eight or nine hours every day. That is a lot of wear and tear. They aren’t comfortable to the wearer. Employees don’t wear them and aren’t productive.