Q: What is it like working as a Receptionist?
Receptionist in Novi:
Pros: The work culture is pleasant, work flexibility is a big plus, office conditions, stress level, perks, the management are all very reasonable.
Cons: I do not like the fact that it is difficult for someone to fill in for me when needed but that is soon changing as we are getting a part time person to fill in.
Receptionist in Houston:
Pros: Providing necessary assistance to those in need.
Receptionist in Germantown:
"It's a very dynamic job."
Pros: I love the people I work with. I am an owner in the company. I get to build relationships with all employees. Flexibility for family matters. Terrific culture.
Cons: Feeling undervalued and dismissed as merely the person who answers the phone. Low pay in comparison to all other employees.
Receptionist in Rochester:
"Greet and direct visitors."
Pros: Meeting and interacting with visitors; aiding elderly residents.
Cons: Having to work nights, weekends and holidays.
Receptionist in Nashville:
Pros: Meeting people and making new relationships with people who come in.
Cons: I am not learning anything. I do not interact with people throughout the day. I am not putting my degree to use. I do not have a lot to do with my free time.
Receptionist in Chicago:
Pros: I really like the people who work with me.
Cons: Feel rather underpaid at times.
Receptionist in Tacoma:
Pros: Atmosphere, casual working environment.
Cons: Pay is low, some labor, micro-managing.