Don’t Forget Administrative Professionals’ Day!

National Administrative Professionals’ Day is on Wednesday, April 27th this year. It is a day that recognizes the professionals who keep our office running smoothly every day.

The day recognizes the work of secretaries, administrative assistants, receptionists, and other administrative support professionals. Whether a contracting business or any other type of business, these professionals keep the office organized and efficient.

Administrative professionals have a lot of different tasks that they handle each day. They need to be organized, flexible and able to think on their feet and handle the unexpected with professionalism.

These professionals are invaluable to businesses everywhere. They let you free up your time to focus on the things that only you can do, while they take on the responsibility of keeping the business running whether you are available or not.

Responsibilities may include managing appointments, drafting letters and memos, coordinating appointments, and planning meetings among many other tasks. They also may compile data and research information, too.

Some of the ways you may show your appreciation could include a small gift such as flowers, a gift certificate, a gift basket, candy or lunch.

Show your gratitude and you will keep your administrative professional happy and loyal for many years to come.

Here at Contractors Insurance Agency, we truly appreciate our own administrative professionals. They are usually the first person our customers talk to when they are calling in and often can answer general questions to free up our agents to help in the ways that they are best.

If you have any insurance needs for your contractor business, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here for you.


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