Question: “I am the office administrator for a small nonprofit that shares a building (and a boardroom) with several other nonprofits. Due to scheduling conflicts, we occasionally hold a meeting off site at a board member’s office. The board member’s administrative assistant always provides invaluable help in coordinating meeting details (and sometimes goes above and beyond by staying late to make sure everything is set for our meeting), and I would like to acknowledge that help beyond a simple “thank you” e-mail. Would it be proper to send a small token of thanks (such as a gift card) to another administrative professional?” — Stacey
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