Celebrate Administrative Professionals Day with PCHSearch&Win!

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Hey Searchers!

Do you know what today is?

It’s Administrative Professionals Day!  Today and all of this week, we will take the time to recognize and appreciate all that our administrative professionals do for us on a daily basis.  While we should always be appreciative, it is today that we really focus on that appreciation, by celebrating and honoring everything these professionals contribute to the office, firm, or wherever they may happen to work, in order to help everything run efficiently and effectively.

What used to be known as Secretaries Day, Administrative Professionals Day now recognizes receptionists, administrative assistants, and all administrative support professionals.  While recognizing a wider range of positions, our appreciation and celebration of these individuals should remain enthusiastic.   If you really want to get into the spirit, you can search the history and details of the holiday on PCHSearch&Win! This way, you’ll be learning about and appreciating these wonderful professionals, while searching yourself into a chance to WIN INSTANT CASH AND PRIZES!  Besides, everyone should realize how vital these individuals are in their contribution to any successful business.

Make sure that you not only thank your administrative professionals today and the rest of the week, but every day of the year!  Today is not only a celebration, but a reminder of what these professionals do on a daily basis.  So go out and get some flowers, candy, gift cards, put together a gift basket, or take em’ out to lunch! You could even use Search&Win to help you brainstorm the BEST gift ideas!

But don’t let today be the extent of your celebration and appreciation of these professionals.  Let it be a reminder of how thankful you should be of them whenever you see them!  Shower them with gifts to celebrate all of their hard work today, but make sure you give them a warm smile and a “thank you” everyday!

Thank you to all Administrative Professionals! We love and appreciate everything you do!

Take Care Searchers!

Nick P.
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P.S. What gifts will you be giving your administrative professionals today!


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