A very strong applicant came into the office for an interview yesterday. She is applying for an Office Manager job. It is a highly visible position that will be interacting with a wide variety of employees, managers, vendors, clients and consultants. It is a large medical consulting company with hundreds of employees, this is the corporate office.
Anyway, her resume was quite impressive and she spoke quite well and had the background we were looking for. My only concern was all her very visible tattoos on her arms and neck.
Should that be an issue?
Emma has just been promoted to an office manager position in a small real estate office. Some of the people she will supervise are her former peers; she is aware that one of them also applied for the office manager's job. How can Emma prerare for her new position? What might be the way to approach the co-worker who didn't get the manager's jobs?
I'm presently a bookkeeper and may be offered the Office Manager position at a Law Firm. They think I'll be great at it considering my present skills. I don't do anything with a BALANCE SHEET which is vital to their company operations. What are some good suggestions on topics to research for the job duties? Any articles, websites, etc. that I should check out! I want to make THE SUPREME FIRST IMPRESSION if I get this position! Thanks!
This is for an assignment. What are the job responsibilities for an Office Manager of a Law Firm?
I just was promoted as a new office manager and would like to do a great job.
My office manager has something bad to say about every single person in our office and isn't afraid to keep it to herself. She's constantly at my desk saying things about other co-workers that I want no part of! I'm afraid if I tell her to take a flying leap (so to speak) that she will make my job miserable like she does for everyone else in our office. What can I do?
I'm in the process of hiring an office manager for my small company. I've conducted a lot of interviews in the past for hiring people that do the same work I do but this is the first time I'm interviewing candidates for a position I know little about. Any good advice would be greatly appreciated.
Our office manager gets the mail and not only goes through it but say my name was on an envelope she opens it up to see what it is. Does she have the right to do this? I know you get in trouble if you open someone else's mail but does this apply to jobs and offices as well. Thanks.
Just wondering if i can 't get a job as a medical office manager then what other jobs can i get with that degree? and do they pay good? how much?
We all hear about them and know how to avoid them, and to do research first. The "college educated" office manager at my job (whose told me on numerous occasions to avoid phone carrier scams) fell for a phone carrier scam last week. They totally took over, now our phone system, server, internet is down. I did research at home, and found out that they are a sham company, who promises to save money on long distance yet never does, and they cancel all your other services with your phone carrier. Why do perfectly "intelligent" people still fall for these types of scams?
I would like to know how much is the monthly salary of an office manager in LA, California?
Also, does $1000 sounds reasonable? is it too little, reasonable or it should be more?
Please feel free to state your opinion.
I have an interview on a chiropractic office for an office manager position. Any advice would be appreciated. What questions should I be prepared to answer besides normal interview questions?
I have been an office manager for a few years but it's at a lower-tech business: martial arts schools. So I only have to know Microsoft Office Suite. I'm thinking about applying to be an office manager outside this field in a regular business. What computer programs and skills do I need to have under my belt?
I have asked my bosses for a raise because I make 14.50 an hour have been with the company for three years and was recently promoted to Office Manager.
Here is what I do. I keep track of three bosses, I am the only full time office employee with the best days-on record, I know every job, every invoice, do all of the bookkeeping, clean, run errands, organize...blah blah blah. We are a fairly small town and the only engineering company in the region. I feel undercompensated.
I want to know the dress code for an office manager. Is it khakis with a collared shirt and tie? Is it a suit?
Im a office manager on my job, but the supervisors get paid more, is this fare or is being a supervisor actually pays more?
I have to interview a Front Office Manager about their experiences and etc.
Can you help me in what kind of questions i can ask the FOM?
The office i work in is very small. It is myself, the office manager and the company manager. Just the three of us but the managers are having an affair with each other. She is 23 and single, he is 40, married with two young children. When i pop out to the toilet they are kissing and pretending to be "printing" things in our printing room! I know they are doing this because i voice recorded them, yes i know i shouldnt have done it but i thought i was paranoid and now my suspicions have been confirmed. I feel so uncomfortable at work, sometimes i feel sick and am constantly in a mood. What do i do?
Here's the job ad==>"The Office Manager is responsible for all invoicing and overseeing billing/financial aspects of the firm"
I'm really interested in the job because it works with immigration.
I have done invoicing before, but my background experience is in the medical field with no managerial experience.
I'm very dependable and reliable.
Any other advice, i really want this job.
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And should you have any type of education beyond a high school degree? I know someone who is an Office Manager but only graduated high school. She's pretty bright though.
I just graduated high school, and I'm almost finished with my Early Childhood Education associate degree, but I don't think I'm going to finish. And right now I'm in a Clerical Training class.