Administrative Assistant Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Administrative Assistant?

Administrative Assistant in Topeka:
Pros: Flexibility, challenging, rewarding at times. I feel like I help make a difference.
Cons: There is a lack of support, communication, mental health support.

Administrative Assistant in Albuquerque:
"The stress level is way too high."
Pros: The co-workers I work with daily.
Cons: Stress level is to high due to having to cover so many job positions. There is also a serious lack of communication between management and other staff.

Administrative Assistant in Commerce:
"Assistant Pay Review."
Pros: Casual. TV Provided. Flexible Hours. Own Office.
Cons: Drive.

Administrative Assistant in Huntsville:
"Corp."
Pros: Flexibility, freedom, my own office, great boss.
Cons: Employees not doing their jobs, pay.

Administrative Assistant in Columbia:
"New Things."
Pros: I love meeting new people and helping. My job makes me feel like im making a difference. In this company I see so much opportunity for growth even though I lack the education. I feel my skills, my attitude, my hunger and dedication will set me apart. My manager is always keeping me in the loop. I feel as though I've learned a lot here in the short time that I've been here. I can deal with the stress. They are also so flexible with me having to pick up my new baby. They treat you as if you were family.
Cons: I don't like that I is taking so long for me to become permanent. I keep getting praises from management and fellow coworkers, expressing to my manger how much of a wonderful job I have been doing. So that is the only thing that would be a bad thing. I love my job so much the only bad thing is I want them to keep me.

Administrative Assistant in Louisville:
"Office Conditions."
Pros: The people are great to collaborate with and willing to teach others to better themselves.
Cons: As with any job, you always have those you can't rely on as much as others.

Administrative Assistant in San Francisco:
Pros: Working with students, faculty and with the Director.
Cons: Management, very little support.