Without clients, we wouldn't have a firm - but without employees, we wouldn't have clients.So when it comes to answering the question of whether it is more important to have client or employee loyalty, I would have to answer that employee loyalty and satisfaction is more important.

Employee loyalty is the foundation for long-term success and exceptional profits. Without employee loyalty, you won't have to worry about client loyalty, since you will be spending most of your time worrying about poor performance, poor quality and poor profits.

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