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    Adam Fidler shares how to “own it” by taking ownership

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    By Adam Fidler, Founder, Adam Fidler Academy Adam Fidler is the Principal and Founder of the Adam Fidler Academy, which offers inspirational teaching and learning for PAs, EAs and business support professionals. Adam Fidler, often gets asked what key attributes organisations are seeking in their EAs and he shares his insights with PA Life… “I was […]

    Gifts for Assistants available on Etsy

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    By Yvette Pearson, International Public Speaker, Blogger, Author, and Founder of The Admin Wrap Gifts for Assistants has a fantastic range of mugs, coasters and pens specifically made by an assistant, for an assistant. Whether you are looking for a little something for yourself, or perhaps you need a secret Santa present, you’ll find the perfect gift. […]

    SecsintheCity PA of the Year Awards 2020 winners

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    SecsintheCity, the UK’s only dedicated job site for business support professionals, hosted its annual PA of the Year Awards last week. Now in its ninth consecutive year, the Awards are an iconic celebration of the essential role that Personal Assistants, Executive Assistants and Office Managers provide to the companies and individuals they work for. Sarah […]

    Opinion: Why PAs & EAs should aim to be ambassadors for their colleagues

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    By Kate Warburton, EA to the CEO at Truphone With all of the responsibilities that Executives/Managers have to deal with on a day-to-day basis, it is often easy for them to not recognise, or merely just not have the time to think about ideas/issues that may seem obvious to you and/or your colleagues. Some Senior […]

    PA Life Club: Last chance to earn a £20 Amazon voucher

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    PA Life Club members, today is your last chance to earn a £20 Amazon gift voucher for every new PA Life Club member you recommend before midnight, December 21.  Terms of your recommendation: The recommended friend must actively book onto the club and make payment for us to process the offer by December 21, 2018. Recommendations […]

    PA Profile: Lydia McKay, Pretty Little Thing

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    At the time of interviewing, Lydia McKay was EA to the co-founder of Pretty Little Thing. Having worked on the corporate side in previous job roles, McKay was ready to take on some new responsibilities as an EA at Pretty Little Thing when she landed the job a year ago. Jade Burke meets with her […]

    5 minutes with…Sandra Wainwright, EA at Merseyside Fire & Rescue

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    Sandra Wainwright is the EA to the chief fire officer at Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service, who recently won the award for ‘not-for-profit PA of the year at the 2018 North West PA of the Year Awards’ and with over 21 years experience, we decided that it’s time we find out a little more about […]

    Does age discrimination leave you at a disadvantage?

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    Being an assistant is a lifestyle that most will have for the majority of their working years. A good assistant/boss relationship will see the same team stick together for years on end, moving company to company in pursuit of perfect harmony. But with a large age-range of EAs mixing to share knowledge at networking events, […]

    Could VA services be the industry future?

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    Could VA services be the future of the assistant role? Well according to FYXER, it very well could be. PA Life staff writer Vincenzo Ferrara spends a day at the FYXER office to understand why more assistants are opting out of the office and into working from home? FYXER is a virtual assistant service that hires […]

    Opinion: When are ‘out of office’ requests out of order?

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    As an assistant of any kind can be asked to work hours around the clock for your boss. If that means booking a last-minute flight at 2am or arranging a last-minute meeting at the end of the day, then that’s what you do. But, are out of office requests reasonable? And if so, where is […]