What is it like working as an Office Manager?
Office Manager in Gig Harbor:
"Work flexibility, I like the owners."
Pros: Where I work the environment and the flexible schedule for my situations with my children and everything that is going on in my life right now.
Cons: I think I should be paid more for all that I do and the communication between employees and scheduling make thing difficult. And a structural way of doing things needs to be applied.
Office Manager in Jupiter:
"Perfect for OCD organizational skills."
Pros: I love that I am able to micromanage multiple fascists of the office and can put my OCD organizational skills to practical use.
Cons: Following up to make sure that everyone did their job correctly.
Office Manager in Charlotte:
Pros: - Little to no supervision.
- Responsible for prioritizing work and completing work at own pace.
- Assisting employees and customers.
- Flexible Schedule.
- 2 Weeks Paid Vacation & Paid Holidays.
- Christmas Bonus.
Cons: - Extremely boring, repetitive, not challenging or fulfilling work.
- Frequently little to no appreciation for work by superiors.
- Too much time spent sitting at the computer contributing to back pain, weight gain and headaches.
Office Manager in Omaha:
"Office Manager, no fame, all guts."
Pros: I really enjoy working with spread sheets, working to solve problems, and accomplish goals.
Cons: Frequently you have to "mind read" the other managers so that you can stay a step ahead of the game. You also have to play the role of several different managers.
Office Manager in Morgan Hill:
"Brave New World."
Pros: Exposure to an increasing scope of people.
Learning new languages and traveling.
Challenges of new projects.
Cons: The time change between Europe and the US.
Travel safety concerns.
The occasional technical glitch that impedes production.