Q: What is it like working as a Receptionist?
Receptionist in Bakersfield:
"Working as a receptionist is great!"
Pros: I enjoy talking & interacting with people. Helping them in anyway I can. Hours are flexible.
Cons: Office gossip.
Receptionist in Dallas:
Pros: Organizing the office and keeping busy multitasking both in the office and hands on in the field.
Cons: Your co-workers don't really appreciate all you do and take you for granted. The multitasking can become stressful and overwhelming.
Receptionist in Fullerton:
"More like an administrative assistants work."
Pros: I don't have someone micromanaging me. I know what I need to do and I get it done. I work independently and at my own fast pace.
Cons: I don't have any kind of relationship with my boss. In the three years that I've worked here I don't think she's ever asked me how my day was going or how school was going. I feel extremely unappreciated considering that I process and track an average of 75-100 orders on a monthly basis. I'm essentially a purchasing agent as well as a receptionist.
Receptionist in San Marcos:
Pros: Getting to talk to customers on a daily basis and helping them.
Cons: Somedays it is really slow and there isn't much to do.
Receptionist in Waterville:
Pros: Marketing, critical problem solving.
Cons: Pay, location.
Receptionist in McDonough:
Pros: I like that we get to meet different kinds of people every day and help get their dream Car.
Cons: I don't like that a receptionist is suppose to know everything when Nothing is told to her. We don't get paid very well at all.
Receptionist in Elmwood Park:
Pros: Meeting new people everyday.
Cons: Not getting a break or lunch when there is no coverage.