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The Pa Perspective by Sydnee Sallivan

The Pa Perspective

by Sydnee Sallivan

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Being a Professional Assistant is the best job in the world - or is it? As a career PA, Sydnee has worked in different industries around the world and shares her personal ups and downs. Through her unique perspective, she provides insight into the working life of a PA and raises the issues of workplace bullying, the importance of the boss as a role model and how attitudes shape the working environment. You'll meet satirical characters including Dodger and Dy'na'mo Jo and you're sure to recognise at least one of them from your experiences. Sydnee also shares invaluable tips for dealing with your own working environments. This book is a must-read for PAs, office workers and the boss who wants to make a difference.

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