Office Administrator Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Office Administrator?

Office Administrator in Boulder:
"Okay."
Pros: My job isn't terrible, but it's frustrating that I work so hard and get little to no recognition.
Cons: The people. The fact that I have a boss, not a leader. The fact that my boss has no idea what I do (thinks I just answer the phones), when in reality I do a job that should pay me minimum of $50,000 per year because of everything I do. When problems arise, management buries their heads in the sand and hums until it goes away.

Office Administrator in Lincoln:
"Extremely rewarding."
Pros: What ing people live a higher life quality.
Cons: Not a lot of physical activity.

Office Administrator in Boulder:
"Good."
Pros: Responsibilities - flexibility - dependable - appreciated.
Cons: I'm the youngest - weird atmosphere - negativity - not enough compensation.

Office Administrator in Paterson:
"It can be very challenging at times."
Pros: That I can dress casual.
Cons: That I can not move up the ladder.

Office Administrator in Portsmouth:
"Sales and purchasing."
Pros: Using sage. Customer interaction. Responsibilities.
Cons:

Office Administrator in Chesapeake:
"CURRENT JOB."
Pros: RELAXED SETTING, FLEXIBILITY, GOOD PEOPLE TO WORK WITH, GREAT BENEFITS.
Cons: NOT APPRECIATED.

Office Administrator in Granger:
Pros: Helping customers, improving processes, flexibility.
Cons: Working for a volunteer board who were not involved in the day to day business and did not have a vested interest beyond their personal interest.