Office Administrator Advice

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

Office Administrator in Denver:
"Following up."
Always follow up because whom ever you are dealing with is always busier and drops the ball on details.

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 Indian Harbour Beach:
"Learning."
I would take the initiative to learn processes on your own and not be afraid to ask questions. Always try before asking, though. I also advise that if you don't know the answer to a question, it's ok, just make and note and politely offer to get back to the query asap. Professionalism is key, perfection is secondary. I learn very quickly on my feet and that has served me well in this business atmosphere.

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 Sealy:
"Be prepared for anything."
Be very professional at all times. Gather ALL the facts, before making a decision. You Never get a second chance to make a first impression.

Office Administrator in Garland:
"Company and supervisor crediability."
Research company's employee and former employee satisfaction and retention. Obtain benefit specifics and quality.