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    Work & life: Sherrine Wright

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    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. What inspired you to start a career as a PA? My […]

    Top stories of the week

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    As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the events world and keep up to date, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. PA Life joins forces with Arctic Fox Events, the new venue finding and event management firm With over 20 years’ experience. the company strives to work with clients to […]

    5 Minutes with: Kate Isaacson, EA at Power Solutions (UK) ltd

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    Kate Isaacson is fairly new to the world of being a PA/EA. Over just 22 months, she has gone from a complete beginner in the position to now being a well respected and highly regarded up-and-comer. Now the EA to MD at Power Solutions (UK) Ltd, she speaks to us about her experience so far.  How did you come […]

    office* rebrands as The PA Show with renewed commitment to essential market and staff

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    Mash Media has today announced that office* has been re-launched as The PA Show with immediate effect.  The show will continue to take place at Olympia London on February 26thand 27th2019 and be co-located with International Confex and Event Production Show.  The two day event is dedicated to the development and education of PAs, EAs […]

    It’s coming home

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    The hospitality sector is booming thanks to the success of The World Cup, as such now is the time for the PA industry to ‘pounce’. Here, Gideon Schulman, HR Director at Pytronot, provides three ways HR processes can benefit PAs. The World Cup is a time for celebration, especially with England bringing their ‘A’ game […]

    PA Profile: Sandy Chander

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    With over a decade of education experience under her belt, Sandy Chander – PA to Ricky Martin and communications and marketing officer at Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) – embraced a career change as an assistant five years ago. Jade Burke catches up with her to find out how she hopes to raise more awareness […]

    Get face-to-face with senior buyers at the 2018 PA Life Summit

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    PAs, EAs, VAs and admin professionals are all invited to join this year’s PA Life Summit, where they can meet with corporate buyers of venues, hospitality and travel. The day event, which kicks off on Monday 10 September, 2018 at Altitude London, will provide members of the industry to get face-to-face with other like-minded individuals. […]

    3 problems PAs face when booking business travel and how to solve them

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    Although booking travel probably constitutes a small part of your role, it can take up a surprising amount of time. Here’s how travel.cloud, a booking and travel management tool, can solve the three most common travel-related quandaries that come your way as a PA: 1. Uncertain travel plans If there’s one thing that you can […]

    Job advert seeks PA with self-defence skills and willingness to cut up meals

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    Would you cut up your boss’s meals before serving it to them? That’s what a new job advert is looking for in a personal assistant. The role, which has been advertised on Staff Heroes, is offering £75,000 to the successful candidate, who will boast at least 10 years’ experience and will ideally be ‘trained in […]

    Forming an alliance

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    Building a strong relationship is key between an executive and assistant, reveals Adam Fidler. Here he shares his thoughts on the importance of forming a long-term partnership There is an old saying that a first-class assistant can make an average executive look good, but an average assistant can make a first-class executive look very bad […]