Based on 505 responses, the job of Administrative Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.09 out of 5. On average, Administrative Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as an Administrative Manager?
"Surround yourself with talent."
Make sure you have the support team that has the ability to execute in their areas of expertise. Success comes from the hard work and dedication of those around you.
"Work Flexibility and office conditions are excellent."
Pros: The stress level is manageable. The culture of this office gives the office condition and work flexibility an "A". This make it more acceptable since there are little to no perks.
Cons: What I dislike about my job is the fact I don't get paid vacation, or a gratuity/pension.
"A Exploring Journey as Administrative Manager in KFL."
Pros: It will be my immense pleasure to highlight my efforts, results, rewards and the most importantly opportunities offered to me during last 2 years. Every day was full of opportunities and new learning, I always gave my best not only to perform but also get the task done from my team mates.I am very thankful to my team as they supported and accomplished most of goals. We together stood for growth and reputation of our company. This experience is most liked and memorable part of my journey in Karan Faith Lights.
Cons: It will be my pleasure to mention that I mostly disliked about my job is to miss opportunities due to limited domain.
You wear many hats. Be prepared to step in to just about any job request with out hesitation.
"Dealing and improving employees."
Pros: Challenging , improvement, development.
Cons: Noneducational employees , general obligation,
"The emotional and physical strength it requires."
Be able to multi task and delegate without shifting responsibilities. Have passion for your work. Be consistent in your implementation of task and duties. Apply yourself in a way the you can maintain and reach your goals which you must set regularly. Being flexible and analytical is essential. You must always strive for excellence and not settle for average. Be able to find a balance in being assertive and having good people skills in your leadership role.
"A challenging yet rewarding role."
Pros: Encouraging and supporting my staff to make them the best version of themselves in their role.
Cons: There can be a lot of pressure applied by senior management that don't understand the daily roles that also have to be completed.