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Interested in some facts about Administrative Professionals Day? It’s April 23rd this year

 

According to Wikipedia, National Secretaries Week was the idea of the then president Mary Barrett of the National Secretaries Association. Today the association is called IAAP, International Association of Administrative Professionals. Along with C. King Woodbridge, then president of Dictaphone Corporation, the national recognition was born.

 

The first week for National’s Secretaries was in June of 1952. The Wednesday of that week was designated as the very special National Secretaries Day.

 

In 1955 the observance was moved to the last full week in April. The name changed to Professional Secretaries Week in 1981. And in the year 2000 the new title became Administrative Professionals Week to include all the new business functions the professionals are doing today.

 

Administrative Professionals Week has become one of the largest observances in the workplace. Here in the United State the day is usually celebrated by giving the assistant gifts along the line of flowers, candy, or perhaps even lunch at a restaurant.

 

If you are looking for some good ideas on how to thank and appreciate your Administrative Professional on this special day, go to www.GiftBasketIdeas.LaBellaBaskets.com for a huge selection of beautiful gift baskets that will say it all. And, if you would prefer, pick out a flower arrangement, or better yet, give a gift card and the professional can pick out their favorite basket themselves. There is a really nice selection of gift baskets for men too . . . why not stop by the site and find the perfect gift to show how much you appreciate their support?

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