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    PA Profile: Craig Harris

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    Male assistants are few and far between, so when I come across a man in the community I’m instantly intrigued to get his thoughts on the profession. Add to the mix the fact that Craig Harris, EA to the Fundraising Director at housing and homelessness charity Shelter, was recently crowned the first male winner of […]

    A memo from Craig Harris

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    Craig Harris knows first-hand what it’s like to be told he didn’t have the right experience for a job. Here he discusses how he overcame adversity to land his dream role “Success is what happens after you stop making excuses.” How true is this? Sometimes it’s easy to find the excuse for why we haven’t […]

    Not just a girl’s job

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    The Executive & Personal Assistants Association (EPAA) recently surveyed the PA community to dig deeper into the gender divide of the role for its #NotJustAGirlsJob campaign and revealed some interesting statistics. Molly Dyson examines the results It has long been reported that there is a huge divide between men and women in the PA role. […]

    PA Profile: Adam Fidler

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    “There are many people out there doing EA roles. There are 3.2 million in the UK alone doing admin roles and secretarial work, with 10 million working in positions that require admin skills to support their main job. In 2015, 20% of new UK roles were in ‘admin’ and over the next five years 1.2 […]

    A memo from Craig Harris

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    Craig Harris, EA to the People Director at NSPCC talks about his position as a male EA and the misconceptions and stereotypes that are associated with the role. “Isn’t it a woman’s job?” and “aren’t PAs women?” are just some of the comments that I hear on a regular basis. My name is Craig Harris […]