I have in my right hand, direct from my home office in Corn Borer, Indiana, today’s category for Administrative Professionals Day: Top ten differences between ‘secretaries’ and ‘administrative professionals’
10. Secretaries make coffee; administrative professionals procure international resources to motivate and empower staff.
9. Secretaries take memos; administrative professionals expedite inter-office communication. [Continue reading]
APs are office olympians
Forget gymnasts, swimmers, track stars, and weightlifters (along with all those retired athletes pitching E.D. products)! Administrative professionals are the unsung heroes overcoming Olympic challenges in offices and factories closer to home.
10-mile Commute and 100-Yard Hurdles
Employees (who have just raced through rush hour traffic), must now jump ten parking bumpers, three UPS boxes, and a "Caution: Wet Floor" sign to arrive at their desk on time. [Continue reading
I’m my own AP!
For those of us who are privileged to work from home, there are a few drawbacks, such as being CEO, COO, CFO and AP! (I have to take myself out to lunch today!) But there are some real benefits. [Continue reading
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