What is it like working as a Personal Assistant at Absa?
Personal Assistant in Bloemfontein:
"Hard Work, Daunting,"
Pros: The people.
You get to work with different personalities on a daily basis.
Cons: Manager only thinks about him, he downgrades the team, doesn't see good in people.
What is it like working as a Personal Assistant?
Personal Assistant in Flagstaff:
"It Has One Of Those Days, But My Boss Is Indeed Humble."
Pros: When there is clear air and everything being up to date also solving analytic problems.
Cons: Being shouted at as if I am not a professional.
Personal Assistant in Centurion:
"The Ups And Downs Of Real Estate."
Pros: I enjoy the company family first culture, the flexible working hours, constant training and assistance. I love searching for properties and hunting down clients contact details on public sites. I like arranging my bosses diary and creating his advertising material its actually an awesome company to work for.
Cons: I hate filing and creating reports, I can be very inconsistent with that, but the biggest drawback is the inconsistent pay, which with commission is very low in the winter and rainy season.
Personal Assistant in Johannesburg:
Pros: My job may not come with many perks but working here, I have met so many good people passionate about their career paths that have taught me so much. I keep learning new things everyday and right now the experience for me is great.
Cons: The management, I feel like I'm in a concentration camp most of the time, we are always being watched and we are not allowed to take unscheduled tea breaks. There is no freedom, its non-stop work from 07:30 to 17:00.