I have been like crazy looking for a job. Unfortunately, all of I have applied either i get a NO answer or simply don't even bother in saying thanks for applying. I am looking for something like front desk, receptionist type of job, but all of them require experience in the field. I need to work... Basically an entry level position with little or not experience. I am trilingual also.
I am a senior in high school who has an interview this coming week at a dental office for a front desk/receptionist position. I will hopefully get a full-time job there this summer, and am just curious on how I should dress. I know I probably shouldn't just wear jeans and a t-shirt but I am unsure as to how "dressy" I should get. Thanks for your opinions!
Whether it is a front desk receptionist at a commercial premises, a travel agency, or an in-flight waitress - when the person doing the job is an a**************n, how often do you think to yourself that she has been employed because of her looks, not her competence?
I'm looking at a job as a front desk receptionist at Gold's Gym, just curious how much I would be making there? I know it depends on location and such but just curious what other people were making
I recently got a job as a front desk receptionist. I often deal with customers who just wont stop talking at the end of a conversation when I need to get back to work. I mentioned this to my manager, and she's having me write out a list of 8 ways to master the nonstop talker conversation.
I am going to turn in a resume for a receptionist position at a senior citizens facility and I am stuck on what I should put as my objective. I have this one in mind (To obtain a position as a front desk receptionist where I can maximize my organizational skills in a challenging environment for achieving an high degree of efficiency in my work.) Does that sound ok if not I am open to any suggestions.
What type of pay do front desk agents or receptionist get working at places like Aria, MGM, Planet Hollywood, or any other resort on the Strip? or what some other decent paying jobs working within a resort?
I have been an administrative assistant, front desk coordinator, receptionist and so on for over 10 yrs. I have looked into Medical Transcriptionist, but don't have the money available right now to become certified. I desperately want to stay home with my 8 yr old and 5 yr old and wanted to know if there is anyone that has ideas for working from home and actually making money. I don't mean get rich quick schemes, but an actual job. Thank You in advance for your answers.
I want to apply at a open position at four seasons hotel, but the job requirements are Bachelors degree and 2 years experience in customer service. I have worked at a luxury hotel before for six months, but if all my experience is put together I have about 2 years experience in customer service. But I don't have a Bachelors degree right now, I am going to college though. The position is front desk receptionist. I don't understand why anyone with a bachelors degree work for that little money.
If you did or are working for them do they stick to their words, saying they start experienced security guard with $14-18hr? I am currently employed with Securitas, and I work at HP-Hewlett-Packard as a front desk receptionist, would you recommend me to leave and start working with AGS if they do really offer jobs?....Please answer ASAP, Thank you!
I applied for a job I'm really wanting about a week ago (front desk receptionist) at a business. trying to figure out if it would inappropriate or unprofessional to inquire on the status of my application.
I got a new job as a front desk receptionist at a salon! can anyone give me any tips on how to be a great receptionist and make customers feel welcomed? I'm putting this on this forum because i'm sure lots of you girls and guys go to salons and have had good and bad experiences with the receptionist, please share both with me!
I work as an account executive for a minority daily newspaper in the US. Unlike other A/E in mainstream media, I can very less money. I want to set up relationships with big advertising agencies to expand my network, and eventually draw ads into my newspaper.
I tried so many advertising agencies, but all I had are voice mails and no responses except the front desk receptionist.
My question is how can I reach those people in advertising agencies?
Any advice is welcomed.
Thank you very much.
It's a front desk job at a hotel.
I've had 2yrs (and counting) as a bilingual receptionest/secretary.
My WPM is 45.
I translate documents and all of that
What should I put besides "bilingual"?
I am only 16 years old (almost 17 in december) and i NEED a job...I applied at holiday inn...i wrote waitress/hostess or front desk/receptionist
what should i do to at least get an interview???
then i applied @ a restaurant and i know they only hire if youre 18 as a waitress, but i woulndt mind being a hostess....should i got there and speak w/ manager? what should i say/do???
i am desperate! i NEED money!
I have an interview as a Front Desk/Receptionist for a Chiropratic Office. I have always done Cubile type jobs. I really want the job. But I am 100 pounds overweight, do you think they would hire me?
Its for a spa front desk/receptionist position at a resort. I don't mind getting paid whatever they normally pay for that position but I don't know what that is. The application is online so I just have to pick one of the options: Not specified, minimum wage, Less than $10 an hour, $10-$15...
I am fine with minimum wage but I don't want to put that in case they normally pay more for that position. Is it ok to put not specified?
I'm currently unemployed and am desperately seeking a job , as a receptionist, office assistant or front desk person. If you know of or if your hiring for this position please contact me and I will foward my resume. Thank you!
I applied to work at the front desk at a gym, but i'm not exactly sure what role i'd be playing? what exactly would some of my responsibilities be? i've also heard that a big part of the job relates to selling but i'm not sure exactly how that is.
any answers, advice or tips would be much appreciated! =)
I have two jobs. One is at Dennys as a waitress and my other job is at a hotel as the front desk receptionist. I am a part time college student. I have a car its a 97 honda accord and I live with my dad I pay rent and I have a limited social life. I mean I have friends but I dnt party too much hecause I have homework or am working or am simply tired. Would you consider me a loser?