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Gender Effects on Customer Satisfaction in Banking Industry a Case of Commercial Banks in Bindura, Zimbabwe

Musekiwa Albert * , Kosmas Njanike , Paul Mukucha
Bindura University P.M.B 1020 Bindura,Zimbabwe
*Corresponding Author E-mail: albertmusekiwa@cooltoad.org
Accepted 17 December 2010

Abstract

The establishment of excellent customer satisfaction is paramount to the success of any business in today’s global village. This study aimed to establish gender effects on customer service expectations in commercial banks customers in Bindura. A sample size of 200 commercial banks customers was used. Results showed that female customers gave higher rating on staff and organization that was courteous gave personal attention, accurate information, helpful and had clean facilities while male customers gave higher rating on staff and organization that was professional, was respectful, gave realistic information, and had extended working hours and modern technology. The pearson’s chi-square test, however, showed that gender and service expectations were independent.

Keywords: Customer satisfaction, customer expectations and gender

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