Wednesday, April 27, 2005
Oh Happy Day
Today is Administrative Professionals Day. This designation began in 1952 as an effort to honor administrative staff for their efforts and to attract more people to office and administrative careers. It was created with two objectives: to recognize administrative staff, “upon whose skills, loyalty, and efficiency the functions of business and government offices depend,” and to call attention “through favorable publicity, to the tremendous potential of the [administrative] career.”

I know that I would not be able to do my job effectively if it weren’t for the staff with whom I have the pleasure of working. In particular on this year, I want to say thanks in a big way because this last year, with treatment, appointments, surgeries, and all the changes I have had to endure, they have had to endure it also. And in many ways, they have had to pick up the slack and go beyond the norm. It stinks that cancer affects everyone around you. I am very lucky though, because everyone around me has been there to help me get through it.

Many thanks to all administrative professionals today. Enjoy your day! Y
Written by Jeannette Vagnozzi
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