| Jancyn Writing Standards|
Your comments must be specific, accurate, objective and descriptive. You must provide a written explanation to support your responses throughout the survey. Specific details to support all No and N/A responses must be provided.
Your submitted shop is a professional document and must be client-ready. You must write your comments using the proper conventions of English, including proper punctuation, capitalization, grammar and spelling. Do not use abbreviations. All comments must be written in complete sentences, and in the past tense. Shops submitted in ALL CAPS will not be accepted.
Be specific and objective in describing what happened throughout your shop. Do not use a passive verb/adjective format (i.e. "The associate was friendly."). Instead, use active verbs to describe specifically what occurred (i.e. "The associate smiled at me as she approached me. She used a pleasant tone of voice to greet me and made good eye contact.") The former example is subjective; the latter provides an objective account of your observations.
Deduction: If you do not meet the writing standards provided, $5 will be docked from your reimbursement. If we receive a second shop that is not up to standards, you will be blocked from shopping with Jancyn.
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