Before i became a sales specialist in my previous company, i started as an administrative assistant first. My work centered more on office works, admin errends and touches a bit about human resource stuff. In fact, i take charge of all employees concerns from hiring to terminations, giving some leaves, overseeing employee's performance and even attending to office supplies and other assets. This is the time where i enjoyed my working career since most of the time i wear fabulous office attire.We dont have uniforms then so i make sure i create my own working suites and mix and match my mood with some clothes. This is also the time i get addicted to coats and slacks. My friend then who worked in an insurance firm says a lot in all of my fashionable suits. There was even an instance where i had a business trip to a nearby city together with some boss. I wore an office attire that is relatively similar with those of the flight attendants because i also got some longs ribbons in between its collar. The guy out there asked me if i was a flight attendant and i feel flattered because i knew how prestegous the job of the latter.
Anyway, part of my job description too is handling confidential files of all employees. I served memos, check their performance evaluation and perhaps almost everything down the line. I have with me an employee manual for orientation purposes and normally i handed them a copy of employee handbook sample when they're formally hired by the company. Indeed, an employee handbookis very vital because it serves as companys' bible in all of its norms, standards and ethical grounds. This serves also as the guide for every branch so that it wouldnt paddle into different directions. Whatever incidents and exceptions outside of this handbook is subject to terms with the company's policy and standard operating procedures.