What is it like working as an Administrative Assistant?
Administrative Assistant in Yuma:
Pros: I love that I can flex hours. I am able to work 4 ten hour shifts and move those hours around as needed.
Cons: The pay is not great.
Administrative Assistant in Livonia:
Pros: I like that I have the option to work events that we plan in the office, there's a change in the day to day activity and no day is ever the same.
Cons: The pay and the lack of benefits.
Administrative Assistant in Tempe:
"Not just a number."
Pros: Really enjoy being a part of a growing company where I can see the impact of the contributions that I make on a daily basis. A smaller work environment means I'm able to develop better working relationships with both my peers & employer.
Cons: Benefits & pay are below industry standard for my position.
Administrative Assistant in Oakland:
"A Friendly Smile and Greeting to make your day."
Pros: I enjoy interacting with our clients' families and the professionals in our organization are a boon to our work environment. I typically answer most of the calls we receive and the awareness that I can help answer (and/or) disperse messages effectively creates a smooth transition in our administrative process.
Cons: My recent move to a different city increased the length of my commute to 35 minutes.
Administrative Assistant in Lititz:
"Fairly easy work, great pay and benefits."
Pros: I love the atmosphere, the people I work with, the benefits, and the authority to purchase small office supplies as needed.
Cons: Sometimes there is not enough to do as a full-time employee.