I was employed over the summer as a front desk clerk, which mostly meant reception and helping with anything that didn't require extensive training. I learned how to plot routes for trips practically anywhere in the United States, how to take passport photos, and how to better interact with people. Management was great, especially since our office wasn't exceptionally busy most of the time. I don't think I had a single disagreement during my entire stay there. The workplace was a very tight-knit community and everyone was helpful when someone had a problem. The hardest part of the job back then was just that i didn't have a lot of confidence when it came to interactions with others, but after working there I can say I've gotten far better at it than when i started. The most enjoyable part was making Trip routes and maps, there was just something oddly zen about it.
good benefits, management was very nice
not flexible with hours