Personal Assistant Cover Letter – Ira Weissman

Monthly Archives: April 2018

Personal Assistant Cover Letter – Ira Weissman

A Personal Assistant will ensure the seamless execution of a principal’s day-to-day routine. To be successful at the position, he or she must possess attention to details and accuracy, computer literacy and Microsoft Office skills, and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Busy executives and professionals do not have the time to train someone and so when applying for a job,

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Is There a Difference Between an EA and PA? – Norma Oropeza

Pavillion Agency has been the Leader in the field of Personal Service since 1962, so it should come as no surprise that we also staff Personal Assistants and consecutively, Executive Assistants. Despite EAs and PAs having completely different functions, they have one thing in common – to ensure the smooth running of their employer’s personal life or business.

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The Right Approach When Housekeepers Accidentally Cause Damage – Rosalie Aguilar

Unfortunately, accidents happen. What is important is how the individual approaches the accident. A true professional housekeeper is trustworthy and regardless of how distressing the situation is, will always be honest and transparent. Taking responsibility and being accountable is a key strength and will foster trust in the relationship between employer and employee.

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A Note About Parents, Nannies and Social Media – Tina Gelashvili

It is hard to ignore that in this age of Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, social media not just helps us stay connected, but also defines every aspect of our daily existence. We feel compelled to put our innermost thoughts on our social media page, post pictures that we would not have shown even to our closest friends before or engage in arguments with complete strangers for everyone to view.

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