Receptionist Reviews

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Based on 3,132 responses, the job of Receptionist has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.8 out of 5. On average, Receptionists are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Receptionist?

March 2014
"Where It Would Lead Me To."
Receptionist:
Make sure of all duties required before you accept the job and that you have a great personality.
March 2014
"This Job Is For An Entry Level."
Receptionist:
You can only do this job for a one year or two then you should be moved to another department.
March 2014
"Love Your Job."
Receptionist:
You should get confidence on your job. You are the person to connect bridge between management and public, you should explain clearly about management and their rules and regulation don't veil anything. This is creates problem whenever. So speak truth with soft tone.
May 2014
"Screen calls, friendly attitude."
Receptionist:
Be on time, be friendly, always be there to answer the phone.
May 2014
"Career path."
Receptionist:
Make sure you find out if there is room for advancement.
May 2014
Receptionist:
Pros: Meeting new people everyday, talking to clients and they will thank you on how you do your job. They will even send you something just to show you how much they appreciate working with you. I know how to speak to people or may be say clients. I love my job so much, getting to learn new things everyday.
Cons: When people take advantage of me, I don't like it.
May 2014
"That It Is Stressful Working With Different Types Of People."
Receptionist:
Ask for the higher salary and don't back down. Work only what your job description says, do not volunteer for anything.