10 of the most unusual PA tasks

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Today (April 25) is National Administrative Professionals Day, an international celebration of the work  personal assistants, executive assistants, team and admin assistants, receptionists, secretaries and many more do on a daily basis. As a recruitment consultancy dedicated to matching outstanding business support professionals with employers of choice across London, the UK and globally, we know how important these roles are for businesses and private individuals.

We recently surveyed 400 of our candidates, in order to shine a light on the pivotal role they play. One of the questions we asked was ‘What was is the most unusual task you’ve ever completed for an employer?’ The results are in…and they’re sure to either make you nod your head sympathetically or shake your head in disbelief.

Looking for a new job? Perhaps you need someone to complete these types of tasks! Either way, Tiger can help. Get in touch today!

Author Emily Jacobs Tiger Recruitment Team

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