How come no one has anwered my yahoo question?
i asked a question yesterday regading office managers...and i got no respond.....i was saying that am an office manager for a chiropractic office and i get paid only 10.10 and get NO benefits (sick time, personal time, paid holidays, vacation and most importantly medical insurance). I've been working there for 3 yrs and the last time i got a raise was last june 07...Managers...how much are you getting paid and what are ur benefits? Am i being taken advantage of?
Asked By: Emy - 6/6/2008
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
It seems like you should find another job, but I don't live where you live. Salary and benefits will vary depending on your location. Go to www.cbsalary.com and check to see what the average salary in your area is for your profession. While you are checking you may want to see if there are any job openings in your... More
Answered By: Baybeegurl - 6/7/2008
Additional Answers (16)
Answered By: Covergirl - 6/6/2008
because it's too long.
Answered By: effervescinglove - 6/6/2008
well iguess no one answered you question because well they didnt no what to say
Answered By: girl friend 101 - 6/6/2008
That's something you should ask your boss.
Answered By: Sam - 6/6/2008
You need to ask it again during prime time!
Answered By: Red Eye - 6/6/2008
yup u should look up more benifits and compare and talk to ur boss pronto!
Answered By: Kelly - 6/6/2008
Go into monster.com to see what other people with your same job are making.
Answered By: carolathome2099 - 6/6/2008
DUH!!! you should probably talk to your boss and find out why u dont get paid enough and why you have no benefits.
Answered By: Graham Cracker - 6/6/2008
um depends on if you have a degree, how many people you are over seeing, your hours, and so on. legally you only have to get a raise review 1x a year, and then that doesn't garantee you will get one. most doctors don't offer benefits, don't know why but those i know who work for private practices all say that. and with... More
Answered By: tiny_lil_hottie - 6/6/2008
I am not an office manager in a chiropractic office, so I don't have any info for you.
Answered By: Garacaius - 6/6/2008
yes, I'm not even a manager and i get paid 9.50 to be a cashier i think you should find another job
Answered By: Kelsey M - 6/6/2008
Sorry no one answered you, I would if I had any experience as a manager, I am a Nurse. Maybe someone will answer you this time, good luck.
Answered By: classy lady - 6/6/2008
Hmm , strange , most "managers" periodically job shop... More
Answered By: kate - 6/6/2008
Well first off people are not going to tell you their wages, second it depends on the size of the office if it is a smaller office they are not required to give you benefits......except FMLA( Family medical leave act) because that is a federal law.....not to mention most states in the USA are at will employment and... More
Answered By: Elyria - 6/6/2008
no one answered your last question because it was too specific... More
Answered By: Simon D - 6/6/2008
Nobody wanted to give the bad news. It's one of those questions where there's no polite answer, but I'm not one of those people who needs to be polite... More
Answered By: Nick B - 6/6/2008
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