An office manager, also referred to as an administrative assistant, is obligated to supervise the workflow in an office or sector. Most of your responsibilities revolves around executing crucial jobs, like arranging and maintaining precise agendas and documentation and acquiring office necessities and equipment.
Furthermore, you are expected to set up a meeting session and appointments, assemble articles and analyses, and manage calls and other aspects of correspondence. In addition, as an office manager, you will act as the point of contact for various departments, making it important to sustain a functioning line of interaction and cooperation every time. You are also expected to take care of every insurance review and collaborate with the CPA for tax filing.
As an office manager/ administrative assistant, you need to display good writing, organization, and interpersonal skills. You also need to hold a bachelor's degree at most or an associate degree in business or accounting. In the United States, an office manager earns an average annual salary of $39,574 or $19.03 per hour.