Administrative Assistant Advice

Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?

Administrative Assistant in Natick:
"Going Above & Beyond."
Always take advantage of new jobs that are given to you. Do your job efficiently & in a timely manner. Have good customer relations.

Administrative Assistant in Huntington:
You need to be very organized, professional and know how to prioritize. Computer skills are important. Learn the business you're in.

Administrative Assistant in Walnut Creek:
"Revenue."
I wish I knew how much my company, as a med spa, and luxury brand in the industry made in revenue in order to negotiate a higher salary based on my experience.

Administrative Assistant in Los Angeles:
"Preformance Review doesn't assist with pay increase."
Be sure to hold your grounds when agreeing to the position at the rate your given.

Administrative Assistant in Bangor:
"Know up front what would be expected of me."
Ask a lot of questions, ask to shadow someone before your first day on the job.

Administrative Assistant in McAllen:
"My role has limited HR-related tasks/responsibilities."
The most important skills to develop/master are networking, interpersonal skills, time management and organizational skills. If you can't make things happen, deal with people and keep the balls in the air you are worth anything to anyone.

Administrative Assistant in Charlotte:
"Get what you're worth."
Work hard and go for what you deserve.