What is it like working as a Receptionist?
Receptionist in Atlanta:
Pros: I got to interact with customers every day.
It was fast paced and always different.
I loved being able to help others.
Cons: It sucked sometimes not being appreciated for all the hard work that you do.
Being the hardest working in the company and the least paid.
Getting yelled at by customers for something that was out of my control since I didn't own the company.
Receptionist in Mendota Heights:
Pros: The ability to administrate files, own desk, billing insurance and quote of benefits, providing customer service, and assisting staffs.
Cons: The hours and pay.
Receptionist in Bakersfield:
"Working as a receptionist is great!"
Pros: I enjoy talking & interacting with people.
Helping them in anyway I can.
Hours are flexible.
Cons: Office gossip.
Receptionist in Dallas:
Pros: Organizing the office and keeping busy multitasking both in the office and hands on in the field.
Cons: Your co-workers don't really appreciate all you do and take you for granted. The multitasking can become stressful and overwhelming.
Receptionist in Fullerton:
"More like an administrative assistants work."
Pros: I don't have someone micromanaging me. I know what I need to do and I get it done. I work independently and at my own fast pace.
Cons: I don't have any kind of relationship with my boss. In the three years that I've worked here I don't think she's ever asked me how my day was going or how school was going. I feel extremely unappreciated considering that I process and track an average of 75-100 orders on a monthly basis. I'm essentially a purchasing agent as well as a receptionist.