What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Front Desk Receptionist in Mayfield:
Try to learn as much as you can from fellow employees. Be involved and ask employees if they need help. If educational courses are included at your employer, take advantage.
Front Desk Receptionist in Atlanta:
"Admission processing, register legal document."
Make sure you have a 4 year degree in whatever field you wish to pursuing. That degree will bring u the pay u deserve. Always update your skills.
Front Desk Receptionist in Stow:
"I wish I had known that we do not get any type of raise here."
Ask all the questions, even ask what the pay raises are based on, before you accept the job.
Front Desk Receptionist in Dallas:
You will spend much of the day sitting at the desk answering the phone lines. Occasionally getting up to stock the coffee area, guiding visitors to other offices, and showing technicians where the copier is.
Front Desk Receptionist in West Palm Beach:
"What Do You Get When You Give Your MOST."
Attitude is of the utmost importance. Get along with everyone and be pleasant and accommodating. Always SMILE even when answering phone because a smile can be "seen" from the caller.