|THE HISTORY OF SECRETARIES DAY|
|OVERVIEW OF SECRETARIES DAY|
Administrative Professionals' Day (Secretaries' Day) is an unofficial secular holiday observed on the last Wednesday of April, to recognize the work of clerical employees such as secretaries, receptionists, paralegals, etc. It is celebrated as part of a larger Administrative Professionals Week, which takes place during the last full week of April.
HISTORY OF SECRETARIES DAY
The first Secretaries' Day was held in 1952 by the International Association of Administrative Professionals, with the support of an association of corporate groups. In 1998, the name of the holiday was changed to better represent the full range of clerical positions.
SECRETARIES DAY TRIVIA
How is Secretaries' Day usually celebrated?
In the United States, the day is often celebrated by giving one's secretary flowers, candy, or small gifts, or by taking him/her out to lunch.
Source: The English Wikipedia
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