Smokeball - National Secretary's Day 2022

Celebrating National Secretary's Day 2022 | Smokeball

The search for the nation’s best unsung legal hero is underway with the launch of Smokeball’s second National Secretary Day competition, celebrating the paralegals, PAs, legal secretaries, and receptionists who keep our law firms organised and thriving.

“Those who work in administration positions play a vital role in the running of best practice law firms through their exemplary organisational and management skills,” says Bianca Bowron-Cuthill, General Manager Australia, Smokeball. “Our clients describe them as superstars, and they are often the key factor in creating a highly efficient and effective firm and the magic ingredient for a happy and supportive working environment.

“With remote and hybrid teams now the norm, recognising the efforts of support staff is now more important than ever, especially in the small law sector. Making sure everything is done correctly, on time and with ease for both staff and clients is not easy but is essential for firms to thrive,” she adds. 

Firms can nominate their support staff by 29 April for a chance to win them a luxury hamper valued at $250. Smokeball is also honouring ten deserving runners up with gift packs valued at $50.

To enter, simply visit the website and explain how they go the extra mile for the legal practice. The winner will be announced on National Secretary Day on 6 May 2022. 

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