Resources for Administrative Professionals

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Technology and the economy have turned modern offices into a circus of demands. The professionals who staff these offices are expected to juggle a wide range of tasks for co-workers, clients, managers, executives and contractors. Fortunately, the very technology that stokes this stress can also...

It's barely 5 a.m. in Vancouver, BC. The sun has not yet peeked over the hill and Dawn Becker, CAP/OM the immediate past president of the...

IAAP Key Partner OfficeTeam recently released its 2013 salary guide, and it's got lots of good news that should...

Administrative professionals know they're the jack of all trades at work. They've always been expected to find solutions to last minute crises like...

The link between money and happiness is tough to unravel. It's a tugging match between esoteric thirsts like love and satisfaction, and very real demands like food and shelter. But a recent report involving...

Early every morning on the commute to work, ...

Two interesting trends have started to emerge among administrative professionals. The first is an increase in the number of administrative professionals who are now working on a freelance basis, either by choice...

I used to believe that all mature, working adults in modern business understand the value of professional development and certification. A surprising question I recently fielded proved me wrong. I've learned...

According to the Pew Research Center, one of every eight Americans aged 40 to 60 is raising a child and caring for a parent, either physically, financially or both. Seven to 10 million adults are caring for aging parents from a long distance.

This midlife group is called the Sandwich...