Fun company, a lot of different experiences.
Pros: a lot of experience
Cons: temporary work
I would be sent out on a variety of assignments lasting from one day to four months.
I was able to use a different skill set in each environment. I was required to bring forward all I was able to offer in each case.
Some offices would require as little as a few main office jobs; making coffee, answering phones, receiving mail and setting outgoing at – more... the end of the day, where other offices would require you to learn on the job training, above the regular duties, and have you perform as a permanent receptionist would.
I was able to learn basic skills from filing, answering multiple phone lines, in going and out going mail, email, and faxes, as well as coding invoices, excel sheets for accounts payable, booking and coordinating hotel rooms, service desk work, and booking service coordinator. – less