Office Manager Reviews

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

Office Manager in Mentor:
Pros: Good opportunity, I like the people that I work with.
Cons: The very long commute, the low pay with no benefits.

Office Manager in Texarkana:
Pros: Helping people in need.
Cons: Lots and Lots of work.

Office Manager in Dallas:
Realize you will continue to learn if you are going to be relevant.

Office Manager in Woodland Hills:
"It's Stressful With Minimal Satisfaction."
Pros: Practicing great customer service.
Cons: The computer.

Office Manager in Yuma:
"Demanding But Rewarding Office Manager Position."
This job cannot be accomplished by just anyone. Interested candidate must be willing to accept those things he/she cannot change. Must be willing to work under micro-management from immediate supervisor. Flexibility is key. Qualified candidate must be willing to work in any direction at any given time and somehow be able to keep up with the daily expectations of his/her job when being pulled away. Must be able to deal with a myriad of personalities and communicate well, especially with sensitive people. Turnover is great in this line of business, qualified candidate must be willing to work with turnover and train new people on a repetitive basis. In addition to handling payroll, benefits, daily operations, customer service, etc., must be able to also manage quality control. Quality control involves daily auditing of individuals roles and job functions, audits of daily processes. Long hours are required, job will require a minimum of 50 hours per week.

Office Manager in Arlington:
"A Good Job, Not Just A Career."
Pros: Once you learn the systems it is very easy. It is like working with family, everyone can disagree but. Still come together to get the job done.
Cons: Once you become the best they have ever seen in a position you will be forever stuck there. The owners have failed to keep up with the current market on compensation for employees in all positions.

Office Manager in Camden:
"Office Management."
Request that you are paid for your knowledge. Talk with your boss. Be open about your wants and needs.