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Based on 7,437 responses, the job of Executive Assistant has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.12 out of 5. On average, Executive Assistants are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Executive Assistant?

August 2014
"How To Negotiate Better Salary And Options."
Executive Assistant:
Focus on the people you support and not on those who are busy climbing the ladder to yours. Treat everyone you encounter with dignity and respect. Be professional even if you are in a casual environment.
August 2014
"Executive Assistant Salary."
Executive Assistant:
Pros: Helping be a part of a successful business and offer admin support to my team. Organize their day to day activities, trips, events and having a positive work culture.
Cons: At times I can be quiet and when I am bored and quiet I find that challenging.
August 2014
Executive Assistant:
Be ready to do anything and everything for every person that works here.
August 2014
"Create Miracles."
Executive Assistant:
Pros: Office culture, learning new and interesting facts about the industry. New challenges.
Cons: Impossible requests, and wasting my time on things that do not benefit the company, where I could do more in that wasted time.
August 2014
"Personality Fit Advise."
Executive Assistant:
A honed skill set is a given. Personality fit with line manager critical. During the interview process pay careful attention to ascertain if you can and want to work for this person.
August 2014
"STRESS LEVELS."
Executive Assistant:
Pros: THE FACT THAT I WORK FOR THE HOUSE OF GOD, AND KNOW THAT I HAVE ADDED A BIT IN IMPLEMENTING POLICIES.
Cons: BEING UNAPPRECIATED FOR ALL THE EFFORTS.
September 2014
"Varied Role That Involves Stressful Organisation."
Executive Assistant:
* Be Organised. * Take Notes. * Get Involved in everything you can. * Don't be afraid to ask questions. * Be open to help all departments.