Posted on December 26, 2019
With the job market becoming increasingly competitive and requirements becoming stricter, temp agencies have begun to grow in popularity. Not only first time job seekers, but veterans of the professional world have come to temp agencies in the hopes of finding regular work. While many companies struggle in the current economy, temp agencies continue to thrive and provide employment for people in desperate need.
Posted on December 19, 2019
Becoming an executive assistant isn’t easy. But once you’ve attained the position, keeping it requires excellent communication skills, the ability to multitask effectively, and a helpful spirit. Below are a few of the skills necessary for an average executive assistant job description.
Be a good listener. An important part of any administrative assistant’s job, no matter what level of seniority, is being a good listener.
Posted on December 12, 2019
Being an administrative assistant involves a great deal of typing, phone calls, dictation, and organization. Knowing exactly what is expected of an administrative assistant is important to determining whether you are a good fit for the position. The following is a list of the tasks most commonly performed by an administrative assistant:
Make and manage schedules. An administrative assistant sets the schedule for his or her superiors, moving appointments and meetings to ensure the superior can attend to all necessary engagements.
Posted on December 5, 2019
There is a misconception that call centers are places where employees make poorly timed and obnoxious phone calls and spend most of their time being yelled at or insulted. For some, a call center job is viewed as a burden – an undesirable position that is only performed until something better comes along. This mentality is what prevents people at call centers from being truly successful, and why these positions are viewed as “dead end jobs.”
Many believe that because of their negative experiences with customer service agents, the only people who work in call centers are those with no other options.