clever card sentiments to suggest to uninspired bosses for
Administrative Professionals Day.
constantly face customers who ask for help with writing cards. The
following is a list of suggestions for Administrative Professionals
Week, April 19-25. Bosses from all lines of work who just can’t find the
words should find this list indispensable.
1 If they gave out an Olympic medal for running an office instead of a
decathalon, you’d have won a gold a long time ago.
2 To a valuable member of the team and someone who consistently
achieves the impossible. Thank you for a job well done!
3 John, Paul and George couldn’t have sung the hits if Ringo wasn’t
keeping a steady beat for them. Here’s to the person who keeps things on
tempo in our little band.
4 While the rest of us are rocking the boat, you always keep the ship
on course. Thank you for a job well done!
5 If our office were stranded on a deserted island with nothing to eat
but canned food, you’d be the only person with a can opener. Thanks for
always being there!
6 You’ve gotten so good at pulling off miracles that Merlin could take
a few lessons from you!
7 Superman may be more powerful than a locomotive, faster than a
speeding bullet and all that, but he’s nothing special when compared
with you. We think you’re pretty super!
8 For the person who knows how to get the job done swiftly and
efficiently under the gun; who finishes tasks whether monstrous or
small, I owe you my thanks. You’re the greatest of all! Happy
Administrative Professionals Week!
9 Our office may have hundreds of thousands of dollars in computers,
fax machines, high-speed printers and copy machines, but our best
investment was made the day we hired you. Thanks for the excellent
10 To someone who fills many roles: postmaster, staff sergeant,
inspector general and chief communications officer. Thanks for a job