Front Desk Receptionist Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Front Desk Receptionist?
Front Desk Receptionist in New Port Richey:
Pros: The management is understanding and flexible, good-natured coworkers and patients, work-at-home.
Cons: Stressful, too busy at times, and a lot of computer and phone problems.
Front Desk Receptionist in Alamosa:
"LOVE MY JOB."
Pros: I LOVE THAT I WORK WITH MEMBERS OF MY CHURCH, AND THAT THIS IS A VERY FAMILY ORIENTED BUSINESS. I LOVE LEARNING ABOUT CARS, AND PARTS. THE BUSINESS I VERY FLEXABLE WITH ME AND MY TWO SMALL CHILDREN, IF I HAVE TO GO TO THE DOCTOR OR TO A SCHOOL SOMETHING OR OTHER, THEY ALLOW ME TO GO.
Cons: I FEEL I SHOULD BE PAID MORE FOR WHAT I HAVE TO PUT UP WITH AND WHAT I HAVE TO DEAL WITH. ANGRY CUSTOMERS ON PRICES AND TIME IT TAKES TO COMPLETE A VEHICLE. I HAVE TO PUT UP WITH SMELLY RUDE INNAPROPRIATE PEOPLE.
Front Desk Receptionist in Louisville:
Pros: The people, the animals, the enivorment.
Cons: Stress level, lazy employees, people thinking they're above their job.
Front Desk Receptionist in Denver:
"Rewarding but sometimes very stressful."
Pros: Helping the community, working with my coworkers.
Cons: Salary, management.
Front Desk Receptionist in Sun Prairie:
"Belief in company."
Cons: Standing all the time.
Front Desk Receptionist in Orange:
Pros: New experiences.
Cons: Managers complaining.
Front Desk Receptionist in Flint:
"Front Desk Receptionist/Accounts Receivable."
Pros: There are many great things about this job, but the most thing I think I like the best is the face-to-face contact with customers and the fact that it's a smaller company with fewer employees, so it's more intimate climate.
Cons: Ironically, the thing I like least, can also be the thing I like the best. Sometimes, the area I work in can bring in unsavory people and sometimes, I feel unsafe.