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Based on 1,152 responses, the job of Executive Assistant to CEO has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.2 out of 5. On average, Executive Assistant to CEOs are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2017
Executive Assistant to CEO in Germiston:
Cons: The pressure, the hours & the low pay.
January 2017
"City Culture."
Executive Assistant to CEO in Johannesburg:
Pros: Johannesburg is the city of gold. It gives more opportunities and growth aspects to one's career. Its diversity to culture and languages makes it the most interesting country.
Cons: Traffic during peak hours is horrendous.
May 2017
"Surprising Work/Life Balance in the Big Apple."
Executive Assistant to CEO in New York:
Pros: I love the energy, the summer Fridays and the opportunity.
Cons: A salary considered amazing most other places around the country does not go far in NYC.
June 2017
Executive Assistant to CEO in Bridgewater:
Pros: Safe, clean, flexible, people oriented.
July 2017
"Cost of living high;easy commute;"
Executive Assistant to CEO in Uvalde:
Pros: Small community gives you the opportunity to know your students and work one on one with them. Commuting time to work is short.
Cons: Being a small community, the cost of living is high.
August 2017
Executive Assistant to CEO in Invercargill:
Pros: Peace, work load, small town so built contact easily.
Cons: Less population, not much option.
October 2017
Executive Assistant to CEO in Chatswood:
My daily responsibilities include answering the phone all day, emailing secretarial documents, organising signatures off directors, cleaning the whole office, coffee runs, organising lunches for meetings, booking travel. Everyday there is something new I learn there's is never a dull moment in my job. It can be stressful at times but I would rather be busy than bored. I've learnt so many new skills since starting this job and I am so appreciative of the people that have helped me along the way. Anyone could do this job, but you have to be willing to learn and patient with the Directors. Attention to detail and a professional manner.