In service interactions the management of service employees’ emotion through emotional labor has gained prominence and is becoming an active method to affect consumers’ behavior. Several researches have indicated that self-concept of consumers affect their buying behavior. However there is not much research to explore the effect of emotional labor of the service employees on the self-concept of consumers. Based on literature, I have explored how emotional labor of the service employees influences the self-concept of consumers.
|Journal||International Marketing Conference on Marketing & Society|