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secretary

 [sek´rĕ-tar″e]
a person employed to do clerical work such as handling of correspondence, keeping of files, and similar duties.
unit secretary ward clerk.
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He called on the secretaries to work together to build on the " momentum and positive atmosphere generated in the first five months of the new government", said a statement from the PMO.
Founded in 1946, the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, Inc.
The ICSI is a premier National professional distance education body, established by an Act of Parliament (Company Secretaries Act, 1980) and imparts compulsory Postal Tuition (by correspondence) alongwith provision for optional oral coaching classes.
We want it to be the most happening club in town and will be organising a number of workshops and seminars with topics relevant to secretaries.
It is a chance for us to give something back to the secretaries of local businesses who do the work making bookings on behalf of their organisations.
The remaining support staff would be placed into a pool of lower "Band 3" general admin secretaries and eventually move on to a reduced salary.
However, the government failed to persuade the secretaries to take up jobs at regional administrative offices.
Japanese parliamentarians are legally allowed to hire up to three state-financed secretaries but their contracts expire on the day the lower house is dissolved for a general election.
Shown (L to R) are Farm Journal's Steve Custer, Charlene Finck, Roger Bernard and the Secretaries including Michael Johanns, Ann Veneman, Daniel Glickman, Mike Espy, Clayton Yeutter, and John Block.
two former labor secretaries and a variety of other luminaries, says that if the system is not radically redesigned by 2021, jobs will be lost to countries like India and China, where workers are better educated and paid less.
Dave Belmont FCMA has been named company secretary of the year by the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators.

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