Very Challenging Work Experience
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Ludington, MI – April 7, 2013
The most challenging part of the job was learning QuickBooks from someone who did not know much about it. By the end of my almost 4 years, I had pretty much mastered the program.
A typical work day started out with a lot of data entry. I entered everything from timecards, to credit card receipts and invoices, and balancing all accounts payable. I also did all the billing for the previous days work.
I was the office manager, so I was in the office all of the time, my co-workers worked out in the field 90% of the time. When they were in the office we did have a great working relationship, I did everything they needed me to do to get them out on another job as fast as possible.
The hardest part of the job was the management. It was very difficult getting him to concentrate on one specific task at a time. He tried to multi-task to often which lead to incomplete projects and lots of frustration.
The most enjoyable part of the job was that I was able to work at my own pace and I was able to accomplish a lot in one day, and still have time to take on "extra projects". I took great pride in the fact that I could complete daily tasks plus extra all in one day.
no benefits (i.e.) - insurance, 401k, vacation or sick days