I'd walk in at 8:30. Everyone in the office always gave me a warm welcome. I was able to work at my own pace, in contrast to the pace of a restaurant. I have always had a natural talent for being organized and sorting things out, working as a medical records clerk strengthened that talent. No one was too demanding, everyone was respectful. Co-workers were humorous and light-hearted, but all got stuff done. I always showed up on time, and did a thorough job. The hardest part I'd say, would not be the work or the amount I had to do, but would be the downtime. I often had to ask if there was anything else to do. The most enjoyable part was when I was working, when I was assembling patient files, when there was a whole cart full of them to do, I just sat down at my desk, and did what I had to do, everyone let me to my work, and did the work not quickly, but with attention to detail. Sure I made mistakes, but I wasn't afraid to admit them, or ask for help. Overall great work experience.