PSG help to say thanks on National Secretaries Day

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13 May 2015


PSG No1On 22 April hardworking administration staff across the land were recognised with their very own National Secretaries Day. Several local offices of the market leading search provider PSG took the opportunity to help their customers say thanks to their support staff with a series of special draws, with prizes ranging from Kindles to Spa Day packages.

During the run up to National Secretaries Day, PSG customers were invited to nominate their secretaries and share just exactly why having a strong support network is crucial to their work processes. The winners included:

Jenni Edwards of Bower and Bailey in Swindon

Lynsay Scollins of Taylor Bracewell in Doncaster

Carly Howe of Kuits in Manchester

Lauren Coaker-Finch of Howard and Over in Plymouth

Vicky Morris of Williamsons in Hull

Richard Dawson, managing director of PSG said “We know from experience that it is often the secretary that is the first point of contact with not only us as a service provider, but also with the end client in dealing with queries and generally putting minds at rest.  We had a wonderful response to these competitions throughout PSG and it’s great to hear the positive feedback from our clients about how much they value the hard work of their administration teams. Congratulations to all those that were nominated and a big well done to the winners.”

PSG would like to say thank you to everyone that took part in this competition and indeed all support staff working in the conveyancing industry throughout England and Wales.

 



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