Waking up to a company that has horrible management skills, no advancement opportunities, no appreciation for employees is draining. I stay looking for another job. Im not happy.
Management is horrible, confidentiality doesn't mean a thing to them unprofessional.
It's too much work, not enough incentive. There benefits package is the best. They don't give proper training, basically setting people up for failure.
Too much work for one person. Company is not organized.
To very much work it
Answered - Senior Manager, Operations (Former Employee) - NY
Processing every piece of mail is on your shoulders, if one thing goes wrong it is on you! (But what job doesn't have some stress)
Answered - Office/Mail Clerk (Current Employee) - Roy, UT
The commute for me. Very expensive and long
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - New York, NY
The most stressful part was the client.
Answered - An ExxonMobil Business Partner (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
The floater system is a little flawed. In my area there are hardly any floaters to cover. At the moment, there are zero Receptionists in the floater pool so someone from Records has to cover me, and then they get behind on their own work. It makes me feel a little confined and hesitant to request time off (and I do that rarely).
Answered - Receptionist (Current Employee) - Santa Ana, CA