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Administrative Professionals Day History and Photo #AdministrativeProfessionalsDay – Happy Administrative Professionals (Secretary’s) Day (April 22, 2015; April 27, 2016; April 26, 2017 ) images and download free pictures. Administrative Professional’s Week : April 19-25, 2015; April 24-30, 2016; April 23-29, 2017

National Professional Secretaries Week and National Secretary’s Day was created  in 1952 through the work of Harry F. Klemfuss of Young and Rubicam. Klemfuss recognized the importance and value of the position to a company or business. His goal was to encourage more women to become secretaries. Using his skill and experience in public relations, Klemfuss, promoted the values and importance of the job of secretaries. In doing so, he also created the holiday in recognition of the importance of secretaries.

The name of this special day has changed and evolved over the past few decades. But, the importance of recognizing these vital individuals remains. The two new terms in use today are: “Administrative Professionals” and “Executive Admins”. The two names sometimes mean different roles and responsibilities in different companies and organizations. Both are broader terms, that encompass more positions than the original “Secretary” role.

The name change recognizes and acknowledges that the role has changed significantly since 1952, and for the better at that. In Harry Klemfuss’ day, these positions were the realm of women. Today, you find males in these positions.

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The most common ways of recognizing your Administrative Professional(s) today are:

– Flowers
– Cards, often with shopping gift certificates
– Take them to lunch
– Candies
– Assorted Gift Baskets






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