Monster Celebrates Administrative Professionals Week
The duties associated with administrative/support jobs touch many critical aspects of a business operation. An admin's responsibilities can include preparing documents, correspondence and presentations; coordinating multiple schedules and calendars; maintaining files and databases; and planning meetings, just to name a few, according to the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP).
"As influencers, admins recognize challenges and create solutions in today’s business environment," says Barb Horton, CAP, a past president of the IAAP. "We balance the need for urgency with accuracy. We strive to provide consistent quality while ensuring that the job gets done on time."
To celebrate Administrative Professionals Week this year, check out these articles to learn how you can build your skills and move up:
- Reward Yourself This Administrative Professionals Week
- Certification Benefits for Admins
- How Admins Can Develop Leadership Skills
- Improve Your Admin/Support Communication Skills
- Use Your Admin Position as a Stepping-Stone
- Become an Executive Assistant
- Audio: Take Control of Your Admin Career
And if you’re an employer, here are some tips from IAAP for honoring your admin.
Learn more about administrative careers..