Pros: free stuff
Cons: no leave
I was the first one at work, so you can say that I start work as soon as the doors are open. Before 8am I do as much of the previous days work before I start a new day. Checking on clients invoice to see that the amounts are correct, vat and billing, the send any that have to go out. Handle clients queries and update management on progress, and if I am not successful ask my Manager for assistance. Log a call to the IT department regarding tickets that has not pull through onto my computer, or follow-up if IT department did not loaded the ticket range, and then capture the tickets onto my software.
I learned to keep up in a fast pace environment, to deal with clients professionally and to be wise in all I say and do, or it can come back to haunt you.
My manager was a great boss to work with, he was ever so ready to help and advise us to get out the travel industry. He always asked for more of our time.
Co-workers was jealous of the other departments benefits. Always busy because off the heavy loads.
The best part of the job is the free stuff we got from the suppliers.
I enjoyed the fact that I was always improving at what I was doing and growing within myself, as a person and a employee.