Office Managers

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By the end of the day, though, an office manager can understandably feel stressed and physically exhausted or strained due to all of their occupational responsibilities.

The average office manager has a busy schedule each day that includes a mix of physical labor and computer work. Sometimes called administrative service managers by certain companies, office managers are expected to ensure an entire office full of other employees runs smoothly and everyone stays productive. From running errands between executives to spending long hours at the computer calculating payroll, office managers are truly integral parts of the companies that employ them.

As a secretary or office manager, your job is more important than people realize. Each day brings something different. You enjoy the challenge solving problems as well as communicating with office staff, customers, patients, or clients. You rely on your people skills as well as educational “know-how” to get the job done. Without you, the office and the business would not flow! What if you could no longer do your job? Have you ever thought what would happen if you became sick, ill, injured, and disabled? How would you pay your bills if you could not work? Disability quickly affects your future plans and the lifestyle you worked so hard for. In this article, we discuss disability insurance and the best disability insurance for secretaries and office managers.

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