Administrative Professionals Week on April, 2017: POLL: Did you know that next week is "Administrative Professionals" week?
Administrative Professionals Week 2017.
it takes them a frikin week just to punch in to work...lazy a$$ pricks
moms should have a whole month....
When is Administrative Proffesionals Day?
Administrative Professionals' Day (Secretary's Day) is an unofficial secular holiday observed on the last Wednesday of April (April 26 in 2006), to recognize the work of clerical employees such as administrative assistants, receptionists, paralegals, etc. It is celebrated as part of a larger Administrative Professionals Week, which takes place during the last full week of April.
Attention receptionists/ administrative assistants?
1. Administrative assistant receptionists work for small, medium and large companies as well as government agencies, hospitals, schools and other institutions.
2. These professionals usually help executives plan and set up meetings, including the coordination of luncheons. They also perform various administrative activities such as maintaining files, writing memos, preparing mailings and preparing presentation materials. Administrative assistant receptionists also help train new receptionists. Administrative assistants get paid by the hour or with an annual salary.
3. Administrative assistants earn average hourly wages of $11.45 to $16.05, according to 2011 PayScale.com data, which equals $23,816 to $33,384 annually, based on 40-hour work weeks. With the inclusion of overtime pay, profit-sharing and bonuses, they can earn up to $25,219 to $36,874 on average.