Administrative Professional Today

Boost the odds that your document will be read and understood by whittling it down to one page.

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Request an informal review of your work at least every six months.

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An innovative, creative mind is a must-have for the modern worker. But
for many people, it’s nearly impossible to churn out new ideas while
still keeping up with filing, e-mail and the inbox pile.

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Anyone who does research on the web is familiar with this routine: Point, click, wait. Point, click, wait. But If you use the browser Firefox, you can tap into two amazing tools that make online research easier and faster.

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Rate your web site or blog by using Website Grader (www.websitegrader.com), a free tool.

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Gossipy office workers not only drag you away from work, they drag down your reputation, too.

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Make better work decisions by learning how your job fits into the overall organization.

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With the unemployment rate at a two-year high and the housing market in a slump, “recession” is the word on everyone’s lips.

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Save time when handling e-mail by hiring a virtual butler.

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“I have learned as much from bad bosses as good ones,” says Trevor Gay. Whether you manage a team of admins or occasionally supervise an intern, you probably want to be remembered as a “good boss.” Gay says, “Life is too short to work with jerks.” Here’s his list of what makes a good boss …

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