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Wellington Administration Professionals Awards

Parker Bridge host inaugural awards rewarding top administration professionals in Wellington

Parker Bridge invites any Wellington employer to nominate administration or business support staff for the Administration Professionals Awards. Nominations are welcomed in the following categories: Receptionist, Specialist Administrative Professional, Executive Assistant or Personal Assistant, and Office Manager. Nominators may enter one person per category whom they supervise or manage, or who works to support them in their role. The purpose of the awards is to reward the crème de la crème of high calibre professionals within their area of expertise.

Category prizes include a one hour massage at Spa Express and the Deluxe Suites, a $100 voucher for the iconic waterfront restaurant Shed Five Restaurant & Bar, one nights accommodation at the Oriental Bay Copthorne Hotel, including breakfast for two at one80 Restaurant, and a night for two at Social Cooking under a top chef. Nominators will go in the draw to win one of four $50 vouchers for Kirkcaldie & Stains. Regional Wines and Spirits have also provided bottles of Trinity Hill’s finest, 2011 Gimblett Gimblett Gravels, for the judging panel.

The Parker Bridge Business Support team, led by Principal – Louise Reilly and Executive Consultant – Adelle Kenny, will select finalists based on nomination form feedback. An external panel of exceptional professionals, representative of each category, will conduct a blind peer reading of entries to determine category winners.

Entries for the Administration Professionals Awards open on Wednesday 2 April and close on Wednesday 16 April. To submit an entry for the awards, please visit the Parker Bridge website:

The Parker Bridge Administration Professionals Awards is built off the International Administrative Professionals Week, celebrated in the last week of April by the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) since 1952.

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