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      Future of the EA role
      What is the future of the EA role?
      A group of PAs got together at an event held by Fyxer in central London to discuss a topic that all PAs have worried about recently; what is the future of the EA role, with the advancement of technologies such as artificial intelligence?

      Dress Code
      Dress code or not to dress code? That is the office question
      Dress down Friday is becoming more popular among many offices in the UK, with many now adopting the dress down option for the rest of the week as well, but do employees actually work better without a strict uniform code?

      Saying no
      Opinion: Saying ‘NO’ to your boss
      For many assistants, it can take years to develop the skills and knowledge to understand when going the extra mile for your boss is required and when they are just taking liberties.

      Harrods hamper
      Win a Harrods hamper courtesy of Corporate service at Harrods
      To celebrate the launch of the Harrods 2018 Hamper & Gift Collection, Corporate Service at Harrods is offering PA Life readers the chance to win a Knightsbridge hamper.

      Sherrine Wright
      Work & Life: Sherrine Wright
      After seven years at the multinational toy and games company Hasbro, Sherrine Wright, EA at Hasbro, hasn’t looked back. Here, she shines the light on the vibrant and colourful world of toys and why it is imperative to keep up with the latest tech.

      four day week
      Is a four-day week all it’s cracked up to be?
      Four day weeks are becoming increasingly popular across northern Europe, the calls for British companies to start working to this new time schedule are becoming louder but should we believe the hype and adopt a four day week?

      workers training
      Workers want regular training
      UK workers want regular training and are less likely to quit their jobs if employers invest in them.

      Manchester
      City guide: Manchester
      Manchester is a thriving city for corporate guests. From its buzzing nightlife in the Northern Quarter to the iconic Old Trafford Stadium, there’s plenty on offer.

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      Vincenzo Ferrara

      Vinny Ferrara, Staff Writer for PA Life

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