Networking: Staying in touch and on top of the industry

The EA is an inherently social position. Establishing contacts is a fundamental element of the successful management of an executive’s daily demands. Keeping in...

Big Brother at work?

Your employer may already include wearable devices as part of a wellness programme to encourage tracking of health outcomes – but what about systems...

Have your say…

Over $30billion is spent on business events in Australia each year and most comes from corporate events, which executive level assistants organise more of than any...

Get the family involved – and boost morale

Five years ago, LinkedIn created Bring Your Parents to Work Day – and it’s catching on with many companies across the globe adopting it....

A stress-free return to work

With the festive season upon us, and other holidays likely planned for 2018, career coach Caroline Arnold shares her top tips on what to...

EAs in the news…

A PA in Ireland who stole more than a million Euros from her employers over a 14-year period had pleaded guilty to theft charges...

Positives only, please

Next time you have a progress review - whether with your boss or the EA team you manage - consider new research published by...
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Summit speakers announced

February will see the Executive PA Summit visit Sydney on the 6th and Melbourne on the 8th. The Summit is a day long event...

That dreaded commute

According to a survey by Vodafone, more than 60 per cent of workers would leave their employer for a shorter or less frequent commute...

Four-day week: the next perk?

Following on from our article on workplace perks, three-day weekends are said to be a growing trend with organisations in the UK, US, Japan,...