The effect of service failure on customer loyalty through customer forgiveness and service recovery as mediation variables
A study on go-car in Surabaya
Keywords:Customer Loyalty, service failure, customer forgiveness, service recovery
This paper aims to examine more deeply the role of the customer forgiveness and service recovery variables on the relationship between service failure and loyalty. This research uses a go-car service on a gojek as the object of research. Go-car service was chosen because it is one of the services in Go-jek that has received a lot of criticism from its users. The respondents in this research were Go-Car service users who had experienced service failures when using the service. The determination of the number of samples in this research used a purposive sampling technique with a sample of 200 respondents. The method of collecting data is using a questionnaire, the data is analyzed using PLS-SEM.
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