Executive Assistant Reviews

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

July 2014
"The Politics Of Inequality Within A Law Firm."
Executive Assistant:
Learn to delegate or ask for help if you are overloaded. Do not let stress get to you by trying to do everything and please everyone. You cannot be an expert at one thing if you have too many things on your plate.
July 2014
"Boring And Busy."
Executive Assistant:
Pros: I work for a lot of different people, not just one partner so that keeps it a little more interesting. I have varied responsibilities.
Cons: The work itself is tedious and boring, nothing interesting about clicking a mouse and typing the same things over and over (tax return and financial statement processing).
July 2014
"High Demand - Fast Paced - Exciting - Always Different."
Executive Assistant:
Communication is the key. At the beginning of your role make sure that you listen to your Boss' way of doing things and adhere to it. But also be sure to implement ways which make your job easier for you and therefore better for you boss.
July 2014
"Work Hard And Continue To Learn."
Executive Assistant:
Learn all that you can about the company you are working for. Make your boss look good at all costs. Keep current with new techniques and trends. Always strive to be your best. Dress appropriately.
July 2014
"Focus on school."
Executive Assistant:
Put all your effort into your education and focus on IV league universties.
August 2014
"Lots Of Duties And Responsibilities, Stressful, Learn A Lot."
Executive Assistant:
Pros: Learns the duties and responsibilities and provides assistance and backup for the Chief Executive Officer, Billing Director, and Director of Records and Compliance. I have the opportunity to learn and grow so much.
Cons: Stress level, unnecessary tasks, coworker.
August 2014
"Ok."
Executive Assistant:
Pros: Coordination and getting stuff done.
Cons: No appreciation for being overworkeds.
Get a personalized salary report!
How it works:
1
Enter city & years of experience
2
Add pay factors like skills & education
3
Find your market worth with a report tailored to you
United States (change)