Pros: benefits, health, vision, dentistry etc.. the culture i liked it. amenities everywere within the campus.
Cons: sometimes stressful, took on more work, would not hire someone to help
A typical day would be first checking calendars of those I supported. I could have travel, purchasing, reports or many other tasks.
I took several courses while at Lilly to improve myself ie., conflict management, time management, ethics, business objects and many more.
The hardest part of the job was working for high level at the top employees, no – more... mistakes allowed, which I was fine but there was always the stress to be perfect. Plus things would change so fast at times, its ok, but sometimes frustrating when you thought you were finished with your tasks: example Travel, I did international travel for them and it could change in a second, then it had to be all undone and redone.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the people. Working in international allowed me to work with all kinds of people from around the world. It was so very interesting. Also my co-workers were great. – less