Resources for Administrative Professionals

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I recently spent a wonderful hour with members of the City of Fountains chapter in Kansas City, Mo. The meeting topic was about reducing stress at work....

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Impact of stress in the workplaceIn a one-on-one interview with ...

U.S. News & World Report included administrative professionals in its "Best Jobs of 2012" list, which was released this morning. Both "...

When you ask your employees to attend a meeting or complete a task, do they snap into action, or do their eyes seem to glaze over the moment you make a request? You may not think it’s a big deal if your staff members aren’t excited about doing their jobs, as long as they’re...

The 2008 collapse of the U.S. economy devastated countless lives, and many Americans are losing hope for the future. Millions of people have lost their jobs, have no health insurance, and are struggling their bills and care for their families. There were 2.9 million properties foreclosure...

When holiday season approaches, it’s always stressful to consider what you’ll buy for all of your relatives and friends. When you add in your office co-workers you’ll end up with an even larger headache. When it comes to your colleagues, any gift—or lack thereof—is...

Texting and social media have spawned a digital shorthand that's increasingly encroaching on the office. The proper use of capitalization seems to have become one of the primary victims of this trend in post-modern communication. Missing, misplaced or misused capitalization can make an...

It’s 8 a.m., April 15. President Elect Tamra Goodall, CPS/CAP is standing in front of a group of incoming division presidents...

When you've got a huge project and the afternoon drag, the best thing might be to avoid the coffee machine and find a few co-workers instead.

A new study published in the American Psychological...