Service Receptionist (Former Employee) – Croydon, Greater London – 1 March 2017
Because this company have a 3 shift system it was very hard to have a good relationship with the customer as you may have to see a customer in but not see the customer when the work was completed and vice versa. A typical day would be spent chasing completions or making future bookings, chasing parts or dealing with phone enquiries. I did not learn a great deal more than my current skill level. As for the management I heard that the Service Manager also left a couple of weeks after me? The remaining staff were friendly as easy to make friends. The hardest part of the job was for me the shift system. The most enjoyable part was the people I worked with Techs, Other reception staff and the parts staff.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 22 November 2016
i found working here is very hard and quiet as you have to set a good example to people who was walking in and out of the business, you couldnt have a talk with the person next to you as much because you always had people walking in and out of the business
Receptionist/Administrator (Former Employee) – Grimsby, ENG – 28 January 2016
Busy with phone calls and communication which i like, i learned how important it was to be professional, easy people around you to get along with so working as a team was enjoyable, hardest was making sure messages were always passed on correctly.
nice place to work, managers were very helpful, enjoyed all the communication
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ENG – 22 October 2015
Was temp work so wasn't a stable job however the environment there was a positive one and the other staff were lovely. Management was strong but also lovely and helpful. Staff were efficient so customers were leaving happy.
customer receptionist. The duties (Former Employee) – Ashford, ENG – 28 September 2015
During the day i had to carry out duties such as answering telephone calls and meeting/greeting the customers at reception. These were my main roles during my work experience. The hardest part of the job was answering the phone in the correct manor in order to carry it out correctly and efficiently.The co workers were very helpful and friendly and were very keen on teaching me the correct way to do given tasks.