Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 26 December 2012
I use a list that ranks in priority of the task's to complete with a time scale added to act as my motivation, of course with appropriate rest periods built in to help stimulate me for other task’s, should an emergency arrive.
I have learned that to be truly effective at work, you have to manage your time well, communicate clearly, and have a good attitude. Also, make sure that you devote time towards further learning and career development. You never know how or when these new skills will pay off.
My previous managers were easy to deal with, understanding and very easy to talk to.
I had an excellent professional relationship with my co-workers, which worked quite nicely with the company environment.
Meeting really tight deadlines was the hardest part of my job.
What I found most enjoyable in my previous position was bring a smile to passengers face.