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Enjoyable Workplace
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), Boston, MANovember 14, 2013
*Wonderful co-workers
*Great balance between job and work life
*Clear direction from management
*Developed skills in creating presentations and reports
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An Excellent School
Grant Writing Consultant (Former Employee), Boston, MASeptember 26, 2013
Working for and out of Wheelock was always a learning experience that served me well in the field.
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This position was a bad match. I was hired for my skills but they were not required.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Boston, MAMay 1, 2013
Pros: good environment, personnel, and package
Cons: days were long with nothing to do but sit.
The job was posted as an Administrative Assistant for a group of faculty members. Technology and the absence of interaction time had allowed the faculty to be independent and the position was reduced to the responsibilities of a receptionist responsibile for the mail, ordering supplies, and being present at the desk. The situation was discussed with – more... the Director of Human Resources and I was placed on special assignment with the director responsible for special community projects which allowed me the opportunity to meet Bishop Tutu and assist in the logistics of activities associated ith his visit. The special assignment was not going to be long term or permanent and my current position had no advancement. There was agreement that I should resign and upon my exit interview we discussed the constent turnover of the position and my recommendation to change the job description and position title. The HR Director was newly assigned so the discussion was productive for both of us. Good experience outside of the position I was hired to perform. – less