Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day & Administrative Professionals Day!

If you would like to spend more times with your kids, today is a great day to do it.

Today, April 27th is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day! Many adults remember this to be one of our favorite days of the year. If your mom was a teacher, you were the teacher’s assistant for the day or how exciting was it going on a cop-ride with your dad.

This special day began as the Take Our Daughters to Work Program, and was founded by Gloria Steinem and the Ms. Foundation for Women in 1993. The concept being that many girls lacked confidence and were dropping out of school by the eighth grade.

Ten years later the name was changed to Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work so that boys, who are subject to many of the same problems, could also participate. Now over 37-million youths and adults participate in the special day! Celebrate by bringing your child to work today!

Today  is also Administrative Professionals Day! Today is a perfect day for bosses to show their Executive Assistant, Personal Assistant, Secretary, Administrative Assistant how much they are appreciated.   

The International Association of Administrative Professionals organized the first Administrative Professionals Day back in 1952. And now, this holiday is a worldwide celebration that brings millions of people together to honor the special people who make their businesses what they are.

Today is one of the largest workplace observances of the year. There are more than 4.1-million Americans that have the job title “administrative assistant,” and another 8.9-million Americans that work in administrative support roles.

To the bosses, show your staff at your office some love and appreciation by getting them breakfast, flowers – maybe a spa day, tickets a concert show or game. At the very least, just say “thank you.”

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