Executive Assistants give their job an average rating of 4.0 out of 5.0. The Executive Assistants happiest with their jobs are employed by Aetna with an average rating of 0.0 while the Executive Assistants least happy with their jobs work for Mihlfeld & Associates with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"I learn everything about the company can be a pro and a con, but overall a great company. I love my growth and the ways the CEO pushes me to be better."
"Having held various administrative jobs in the past, it was always difficult for me to believe that it would ever be something I could make a career out of. Working at Vanderbloemen Search Group has been challenging and inspiring in ways I never thought possible. Not only have I improved in my skills and everyday work, I have also grown as a person through my friendships and working relationships with colleagues. The job can be stressful and unpredictable at times, but after a particularly stressful week (and sometimes for no reason), my employer will send me a nice email describing how he is thankful for the work that I do. Feeling that my role holds actual value and that I am irreplaceable make all the difference."
"I loved my job. I came to work every day with a smile. I wore many hats. I was hired as an EA but was also office manager, facility coordinator and space planner. This was in addition to my everyday work of supporting the VP and his direct reports and the customer unit. There was nothing I hated about my job and not that many people can say that."
"I love being involved with every aspect of the company. I work with Sales, then Estimating, I handle the bids and then follow through construction. I do the duties of management but have never been given a raise or bonus. Appreciation for my efforts and extra work load and long hours goes unnoticed."
"I really enjoy being an Executive Assistant and building work relationships with folks. I love being part of a team that allows me to grow personally and professionally while exercising my strong skills and experience toward the success of the organization. I can honestly say, there isn't anything about being an Executive Assistant that I hate."
"I love being an Executive Assistant and helping people. What I didn't like is this VP didn't see me as a partner but more as a "minion". It was not a positive experience and when offered to stay on, I turned it down."
"Since I was the one of two employed for PARIC at that time, we were doing all that was necessary. As the organization starts to flourish, the job description of Executive Assistant would need to be revised."
"Love gaining experience and furthering my knowledge in the real estate field."
"The Executive Assistant position is unique in that it provides the opportunity to get to know nearly everyone in the division and many others within the company, as well as outside vendors and other constituents. The job requires a great deal of autonomy, attention to detail, sense of urgency and ability to keep multiple tasks on task simultaneously."
"Extremely rewarding and fulfilling."
"The ability to communicate my boss's needs in another language is always a challenge, even more when crucial for the development of a company . Being able to be precise when interpretation is concerned is a key to this job."
"Every day is different, and I am able to make a difference both to the company and to my immediate supervisor. I enjoy taking care of things and people, and that's what I do each day. You can make of it what you will, plenty of opportunities to grow the position and be very involved in the company."
"I really enjoy the self managing aspect of this position, as well as the responsibilities that were bestowed on to me such as developing my own investment portfolios and initiating trading strategies. I don't think many internships give you that level of accountability."
"It limits my experience in programming/coding and using the tools that I am currently learning in my degree program."
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