Malaysian Association of Professional Secretaries & Administrators
 

MALAYSIAN ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL SECRETARIES & ADMINSTRATORS
PERSATUAN SETIAUSAHA PROFESSIONAL & PENTADBIR MALAYSIA (365 Selangor)

 
 
 

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Administrative Professional Award 2017

Calling all practising administrative professionals
Personal Assistants, Executive Assistants, Office Assistants & Office Managers

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Tel: 603.2202.1633
Email: aps2017@mapsa-malaysia.com

 

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AdminPro Summit 2017

19-20 April 2017 (Wednesday & Thursday) 
Summit Theme: “Step Forward: Be The Change You Seek

The Shangri-la Hotel Kuala Lumpur

For details on registration and sponsorship opportunity,

please contact: 


Betty Phua
2017 AdminPro Summit Director
Betty.Phua@mapsa-malaysia.com

Gina Liew
Conference Manager
Gina.Liew@mapsa-malaysia.com

 

2017 MALAYSIA ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS DAY CELEBRATION LUNCHEON

CALLING FOR SEATS RESERVATION!

19 April 2017 (Wednesday) 
The Shangri-la Hotel Kuala Lumpur

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When did Administrative Professionals Day begin?
Administrative Professionals Day/Week was originally organized in 1952 as "National Secretaries Week" by the National Secretaries Association (now known as the International Association of Administrative Professionals) in conjunction with public relations executive Harry Klemfuss and a consortium of office product manufacturers. It was established as an effort to recognize secretaries for their contributions in the workplace, and to attract people to secretarial/administrative careers. The association successfully campaigned U.S. Secretary of Commerce Charles Sawyer to proclaim the first National Secretaries Week on June 1-7, 1952. He designated Wednesday, June 4, as National Secretaries Day. Sawyer, Barrett and Woodbridge participated in ceremonies held in Washington, D.C.

Who founded Administrative Professionals Day/Week?
The idea began with Mary Barrett, president of the National Secretaries Association, now called IAAP, and C. King Woodbridge, president of Dictaphone Corporation. They served on a council addressing a national shortage of skilled office workers. Together with Harry Klemfuss, public relations account executive at Young & Rubicam, they originated the idea for a National Secretaries Week.

Why did IAAP create Administrative Professionals Day/Week?
IAAP created National Secretaries Week (now Administrative Professionals Week) with two objectives in mind: to recognize "the secretary, upon whose skills, loyalty, and efficiency the functions of business and government offices depend," and to call attention "through favorable publicity, to the tremendous potential of the secretarial career.“

When is Administrative Professionals Day/Week?
Administrative Professionals Week is always held annually during the last full week in April. Administrative Professionals Day is always held the Wednesday of that week.

Who qualifies as an administrative professional?
Many people who contribute to the workplace in a variety of settings. IAAP defines administrative professionals as “individuals who are responsible for administrative tasks and coordination of information in support of an office-related environment and who are dedicated to furthering their personal and professional growth in their chosen profession.” Research shows that many workers around the world still hold the “secretary” job title; however, many alternative titles have become more popular, such as administrative assistant, office coordinator, administrative specialist, executive assistant, personal assistant and office manager.

 
 
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