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					I’ve been visiting your blog for a while now and I always find a
gem in your new posts. Thanks for sharing.

I run a related blog and recently was quoted saying…

One of the best things that you can do, when applying for office management jobs, is to
tailor your resume as much as possible. This includes outlining any relevant job
experience, skills, or training that you may have under your belt. For instance, many
office managers are required to have good clerical skills, such as the ability to quickly
and accurately type documents. On your resume, you may want to outline any computer
training courses you have completed, as well as the words you are able to type per
minute. Anything else of relevance should also be included.

You can see the full post as well as the full context of the
quote above by checking out the page on my blog…


Bye for now,


I just sent this post to a bunch of my friends as I agree with
most of what you’re saying here and the way you’ve presented it
is awesome.

I also blog from time to time on this stuff. In fact, here’s an
expert from my most recent blog post…

Dressing for success and dressing professionally is also important for all office managers,
as it can help to set them apart from other staff members. Although many dress
professionally for work, you will want to take it one step higher. If you want to make it
known that you are the supervisor, you are urged to examine your appearance, namely the
clothes that you wear. A professional look often makes it easier for your coworkers or
even your clients to approach you for assistance, as it appears that you are professional in
nature and know what you are doing.

The complete post can be viewed easily on the following page…


Keep up the good work,

You certainly have some agreeable opinions and views. Your blog
provides a fresh look at the subject.

You might want to take a look at my blog and possibly become a
regular reader.

A cool clip from my blog…

Speaking of your current employees, it is advised that you first utilize the ones that you
have, before hiring a new office manager. If your business is small in size, you may want
to consider promoting one of your current secretaries or other office workers. If your
office is small in size, you may be able to do this promotion without hiring any
replacements. For a reasonable pay increase, you may find that a number of your office
workers are willing to add the title of supervisor to their name. This may be a nice, cheap
way for you to bring order to your business.

The full post can be found here…


See you there,


While we don’t agree on everything in your post, I do tend to
get a refreshing view every time I read one of your posts.

Here’s a related comment from a post that I recently published…

Before focusing on the benefits of attending office management training courses or
classes, it is important to remember that they come in a number of different formats.
Their goals, however, are all the same. That goal is to improve the productivity of office
managers through successful techniques. You may find deluxe training classes that last a
few months or even a few weeks. These classes often focus on a wide range of office
management issues and topics, such as clerical skills, time management skills, and so
forth. It is also possible to find detailed office management training courses that focus on
one particular topic, such as word processing. Generally speaking, the more hours you
log or the more classes you take, the more information you are likely to walk away with.

If you’d like to read and comment on that statement, check out
the full blog post and get in touch.



Very informative post. Thanks for taking the time to share your
view with us.

I also run a blog that you might want to frequent and possibly
become a regular reader of.

Here’s a comment that’s received a good response lately…

Books are another resource that you may want to turn to, when looking to start a career in
office management. Career books are a nice source of information for job seekers, such
as yourself. It is possible to find career resource books that focus on office management
jobs. These resources may outline what an office management job entails. It is also
possible to find career guides that can help you develop resumes for office management
jobs, as well as career training courses that you can take to sharpen your skills. To find
office management themed books, you will want to turn to the internet or your local book

The full post as well as many more can be viewed by dropping by
this page…


Thanks again,


I just book marked your blog on Digg and StumbleUpon. I enjoy
reading your commentaries.

I also run a blog that may be of interest that I’d love to share
with you. I recently stated that…

One of the many factors that should be examined, when looking to hire a new office
management worker, is training. Although you will likely take steps to train your office
manager, it is advised that you hire an individual who has some relevant training, as this
lessens the amount of time that you or another employee of yours has to spend by their
side. Training comes in a number of different formats, but relevant training for office
management positions often includes the taking of management training courses,
computer skills training courses, and well as typing or word processing training courses.
Feel free to poke around my blog and leave a comment. Us
quality bloggers have to stick together!




I find myself coming to your blog more and more often to the
point where my visits are almost daily now!

You’re probably as big a fanatic as I am which is why I recently

In addition new and fresh office management approaches, it is also important to
remember that you get professional advice. This professional advice is what makes the
cost of an office management seminar well worth it. Although office management
seminars do vary, it is important to note that many are often run by professionals. These
professionals often have years of office management experience, years researching
updated office management techniques, as well as years of training. This experience and
training is something that you can benefit from, as most ideas and techniques outlined
have likely been tested through trial and error.

Check out my blog if you’re interested and obsessed as I am…


Thanks for the post,


While this subject isn’t the hardest to write on, it certainly
is hard to get right when you do. (No pun intended).

Here’s an excerpt from my blog on the same subject…

One of the many ways that you can go about becoming a better office manager is by
staying well aware of your time. Time management is an important component of office
management. Office managers are known for having long and large tasks lists. To
accomplish each of your daily and weekly activities before their deadlines, you will need
to have a good sense of time. Regularly missing deadlines or running behind schedule is
not good for your company or your office as a whole and it may also put your job at risk.
I’ll make sure to re-visit your blog and post comments from time
to time. I enjoy your commentary and attention to the message.

In the mean time, here’s a link to the full post the above
excerpt came out of…


More later,


If you want to extend your conversation, you should definitely
take a quick look at my most recent blog excerpt…

One of the many ways that you can go about achieving perfect office management, but
without having to spend a lot of money, involves promoting from within. This is ideal if
you are looking to hire an office manager or an office supervisor. There is a good chance
that you already employ a number of office workers, such as secretaries. For a
reasonable pay increase, you may be able to give one of your qualified workers additional
tasks, such as the task of managing the office as a whole.

There’s plenty more at the full posting as well as many
supplemental materials to add value to your post above here…


Thanks for the post!


You certainly deserve a round of applause for your post and more
specifically, your blog in general. Very high quality material.

I run a related blog and recently said this in a new post I

Training new employees is another job responsibility of many office managers. In fact,
depending on the company in question, an office manager may have a large number of
human resource responsibilities. These responsibilities may include accepting and sorting
job applications and resumes, setting up and conducting job interviews, as well as making
all new hire decisions. Office managers may also be responsible for terminating workers
who do not meet or exceed company standards.
Of course, the above is just a portion of a post. You can check
out the full post as well as many others here…


To your success,