In a typical day, I would complete my usual daily tasks, and often help others in the accounting department complete their tasks.
In this position I learned how to work better with others. Many tasks I completed involved working with co-workers which I had not experienced much of before. I also stepped into a training role which taught me how to teach and manage other people.
The management team had an open-door policy and were always willing to help. They knew exactly when I needed a challenge and when to give me something new to work on. They gave constructive criticism when needed and helped me grow as a professional.
The co-workers were a very caring group. From the Executives, to the Office Staff, to the Factory Workers, everyone always seemed to care how you were doing. When they offered to help, they always came through. I enjoyed working with everyone.
The hardest part of the job was doing some tasks that were boring or repetitive. Toward the beginning of my time with the company, majority of my position consisted of data entry. Sometimes I struggled to work because I felt I wasn't being challenged and it was just too boring.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the challenge. Every time I completed my tasks and felt that I needed something new, managers were more than willing to give me something different. Sometimes they would give me a project that no one else could figure out, which helped me work even harder to try to complete it.