Today, we celebrate Administrative Professionals across the globe!
It is a day to honor these organized and efficient professionals that multitask every day.
Hospice & Palliative Care administrative assistants provide support for members of the care team, research and organize corporate activities, organize meetings and minutes, and so much more! They are also a vital link to families in need of communication and compassion, answering phones, and forwarding calls to the appropriate department.
We love our Administrative Professionals. Thank you for all you do every day!
DID YOU KNOW?
There was a shortage of individuals with associate degrees in body skills talents during war ll. Thanks to the birth-rate decline from the Depression-era and booming post-war business. In 1942, the National Secretaries Association was shaped to acknowledge the contributions of body personnel to the economy, support their development, and attract staff to the sphere.
They created Administrative Professionals Day throughout their 1st year as an associate degree association. Key figures within the Day’s creation embody the association’s president — Virgin Mary Barrett, the president of tape recorder Corporation — C. King Woodbridge, and therefore the promotional material account executives at Young & Rubicam — Harry F. Klemfuss and Daren Ball.
The selected moment of celebration was 1st settled by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Charles W. Sawyer, as National Secretaries Week, control from Gregorian calendar month one through Gregorian calendar month seven. In 1955, Secretaries Week was rapt to the last full week of April, with weekday marked as body Professionals Day.
In 1981, the name was modified to skilled Secretaries Week; however, within the year 2000, it became body Professionals Week to incorporate the big selection of responsibilities and job titles of bodyworkers within the fashionable economy. The Day has undergone several name changes; however, the initial goal to celebrate and acknowledge all the exertions body professionals do has remained.