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National Receptionists Day (USA)
About the event:
Launched in 1991, Receptionist’s Day was designed to celebrate the role that professional receptionists have all around the world.
They’re there when you call to make an appointment, they call you to make sure you remember to make it. When you need a referral, they’re the ones who take the call and make sure it happens, and when there’s a cancellation they call to let you know of the change.
They do the paperwork that keeps everything in order, and they get their bosses lunch while dealing with the concerns of customers all day long. Without a receptionist, there’s no way an office could go about the day to day business smoothly, Receptionist’s Day celebrates these heroes of office life with their very own holiday. You know they deserve it!
History of National Receptionists Day
The Director of the National Receptionists Association founded National Receptionists’ Day in 1991 to gain awareness and appreciation of the role of receptionists in a business setting and to provide community and support for receptionists nationwide.
Who, where and when:
- When: second Wednesday in May
- Where: in USA
- Who: receptionists
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