Receptionist; front of house; director of first impressions; or front desk executive: whatever the chosen job title, this role represents the face and voice of a business. Performing the critical position of delivering first impressions to a company’s clients, you need to be the best at manning your fort. So, how do you stand out
One of the most popular questions we receive from PAs and executive assistants is ‘how do I become a private PA?‘ With a reputation for being a glamourous career with the potential for overseas travel, we can see why!
However, the reality is very different. Working as a private household PA can be far less appealing than what popular culture suggests, with long hours, stressful situations and lots of admin.
As a former private PA in London, our Head of Private division, Laura Glendenning, understands the intricacies of working as a household PA. In this podcast, she reveals how candidates can transition to a private PA role, while busting some of the biggest myths about the job.
Are you a private household PA looking for a new job? Register your details or apply for a role today!