Administrative Assistant Reviews
Q: What is it like working as an Administrative Assistant?
Administrative Assistant in Houston:
Pros: I love the people I work directly with. Coming on to this position there was no job description. I feel like I have gone above and beyond the expectation that was set for me.
Cons: The pay, I strongly believe I should be making more than I currently am. I constantly work from home without getting paid for it!
Administrative Assistant in Seattle:
Pros: The company culture is amazing. Everyone is helpful and positive.
Cons: The pay is very low compared to my last job in the same position and my hours are inflexible.
Administrative Assistant in Old Greenwich:
"Great Corporate Culture."
Pros: Working with intelligent motivated people. Learning about business. Booking travel and knowing where everyone is and what is going on in the company.
Cons: Can be tedious when there is a lot of data entry to do.
Administrative Assistant in Keene:
Pros: Coworkers, tasks, vendor and customer engagement.
Cons: Hours, low pay salary, lack of overtime,
Administrative Assistant in Fergus Falls:
"Communicator, flexible work, good work team."
Pros: People I get to help.
Cons: People call you 24/7 on home and cell.
Administrative Assistant in Glendale:
"Working with a strong caracter person."
Pros: I like beacause iam able to learn new things.
Cons: Working with a bad character person.
Administrative Assistant in Hutchinson:
"Decent Money For Common Sense Work."
Pros: I am always doing different tasks so I don't get bored but they aren't so different that I feel in over my head.
Cons: The stress when a deadline for one task is getting close and other tasks are put on my desk that need done first, throwing off my whole schedule so I have to rush through them all to get them done on time.