Based on 2,945 responses, the job of Office Administrator has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.09 out of 5. On average, Office Administrators are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as an Office Administrator?
Pros: Dealing with customers.
Cons: Very busy, no respect, underpaid.
"Good Work Environment, Good Work Ethics And Consistency."
Pros: Helping patients and minimum supervision.
Cons: Not appreciated, no good incentives or bonus.
Do your best, if you don't know - ask!
"Don't Get Exploited, Get What Your Worth."
Do not take on any extra or demanding duties not advertised in job offer. No compensation or advancement is available. This company does not have sick days, bereavement, and has forced shut down 1 week in July and 1 week in Dec. Therefore, you do not choose your own vacation time. If you do not have some mandarin, good luck working and communicating with your key staff in repair and electrical dept. No annual reviews or raises, I put alot of the labor of ministry's guidelines into place, and set up some kind of organization with customer rma, manuals, handbooks, reviews, health & safety, customer service, shipping & receiving. But to no avail, no recognition or raises, they provide increases in pay yearly, regardless of the job you do, it's flat rate across the board for all employees. A good thing is friendly and casual atmosphere. Good Luck but be careful not to get exploited.
Pros: I love my job because I get to learn something new everyday. I interact with different kinds of people on a daily basis and it enables me to be more confident about who I am.
Cons: I do not like answering phones.
Learn more ask questions if you do not know, be friendly kind and try to meet the next person halfway communicate at all time.
Pros: I like everything I do on a daily basis.
Cons: When there is not enough to do.