Blog : Administrative Assistant Network Group Hosted by Cultural Chemistry

By Katelyn | Nov 18, 2014 | in

Administrative assistants are responsible for keeping up with the everyday tasks of the office and making sure that businesses run smoothly on the day to day basis. Offices are dependent upon their administrative assistants and the work that they do, so how can they expand their knowledge and connections in the field?

Cultural Chemistry helps companies of all sizes to create more positive and efficient workplaces, and will be hosting an Administrative Assistant Networking Group to share experiences and information about the career, while expanding professional networks. This group will help administrative assistants meet others with similar careers and will allow the guests to connect and learn from one another.

Cultural Chemistry is sought out by small and large businesses alike, across a wide spectrum of industries to help them create a more positive and efficient workplace. They work as a Human Resources consulting firm to aid businesses in better managing their company so they are able to be efficient while increasing profits. By working to improve the business, Cultural Chemistry helps create a more productive and positive company that is better suited to handle the obstacles that industry.

Not many Human Resource firms also serve as environmental advocates; yet, Cultural Chemistry recognizes that by adopting certain environmentally-friendly practices, a company can greatly cut its costs. In teaching businesses to be more productive and efficient, Cultural Chemistry hopes to improve the sustainability across all levels of the company. Cultural Chemistry itself is a more environmentally conscious business in comparison to similar consulting firms.

Don’t miss the opportunity to join Cultural Chemistry on November 20th from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. at their office at 150 Dow Street, Manchester for their Administrative Assistant Network Group. The group meets once a month, switching between Manchester and Portsmouth, so if you can’t make it this month, stay tuned for details on the meeting next month. 

To learn more about the event and sign up, click here.

GA Members receive a free human resources audit (a $1250 value) and save 5% on all additional services at Cultural Chemistry! Not a member? Join here!