Receptionists are in charge of the reception area of the company and have a variety of tasks. Office and inventory management, welcoming clients and customers, directing visitors across the business, and answering the phone are just some examples of what a receptionist does.
Essential parts of a Receptionist’s job description:
- Receptionists can be found in any industry in companies ranging from medium-sized businesses to large-scale enterprises
- Their task portfolio and specific job role often highly depend on the size of the business, as they tend to have a broader range of responsibilities in smaller companies
- As the first point of contact for many of your business clients and customers you want the Receptionist to be an exceptionally warm and friendly communicator with impeccable organisational skills
- Receptionists are central figures in your organisation who have to collaborate with colleagues from across all departments