I was a third-shift concierge so I worked alone for the majority of my employment there, which really taught me how to thrive on my own. If something needed to get done, It was up to me to figure out how to handle it.
The few employees that I interacted with were very nice with the exception of one of the building managers. He was very manipulative and the majority of the staff did not care for him.
The hardest part of the job was what to do in crisis situations. Residents wore emergency pendants and would page me of they fell or were having mother medical trouble.
The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to work at my own pace and being able to set the order for the tasks which I was assigned.