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would a receptionist be considered a boundary spanner?

would a receptionist be considered a boundary spanner?

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would a receptionist be considered a boundary spanner?

would a receptionist be considered a boundary spanner?

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Yes.
A receptionist is considered a boundary spanner.
Boundary spanners can also be salespeople, customer service representatives, and market researchers.
They are called such because they provide a communication link between disparate groups.
They are individual employees that are required to come in direct contact with the public or employees of other firms.
Think of the role of a receptionist in an organization.
Before anybody can go to their destination, they have to first approach the receptionist and ask whether the person they want to meet with is available or not and where the person's office is located in the building.
Receptionist are the first point of contact for an organization.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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