Office Clerical & Administrative
Because this team is the linchpin that holds together the rest of the organization
Administrative professionals have always had to multi-task, but today’s office workers have a wider range of responsibilities than ever before. Rather than simply being typists or confined to clerical duties, many administrative professionals are now required to perform tasks involving creative problem solving, analytical thinking, stakeholder management, digital archiving, human capital, and even a bit of IT.
For instance, many businesses now expect workers to know a thing or two about managing the company’s social media handles, take on market research, liaise with people all over the globe, know cloud computing basics and stay on top of new applications.
Individual Peak Performers
Think of us as your Man Friday
Since the responsibilities in the industry have evolved, so have the skills required while locating potential new recruits. Candidates who have public speaking, time-management, calendar planning, scheduling, and IT skills are preferred over those who have failed to upskill from word processing, spreadsheets, and database management. This is where our database of pre-screened candidates comes in handy.