Growth, strategy, policies

EPAA commits to supporting and/or creating a number of campaigns and initiatives to our membership and the profession worldwide.

Over the coming years we will be launching campaigns on specific areas, identified during the focus groups for EPAA’s Inception, crucial to the onward success and longevity of our profession.

Some of these campaigns include:

  • Equality – the only profession that has a gender split of 97% Female and 3% Male!
  • Time to Train
  • Role Perception
  • Fair pay and robust recruitment processes
  • Schools and Universities
  • Providing a voice and say on behalf of our members, on policies that affect our working lives
  • Workplace EA/PA Bullying



EPAA’s National and Regional Advisory Boards will decide upon a number of initiatives that will be supported by the Association over the coming years. These will be a combination of work and well-being initiatives, ensuring that our members are fully equipped and supported to lead the best possible careers and lives they can have.


APRIL 2016

Administrative Professionals Day/Week – What is it?

Administrative Professionals Day® highlights the important role of Administrative Professionals in all sectors of the modern economy worldwide. It is on the Wednesday of Administrative Professionals Week®, which is the last full week of April.

Administrative Professionals Day and Administrative Professionals Week are widely observed in many workplaces in the United States and other countries around the world, including increasingly the United Kingdom.

Many employers and supervisors arrange events to show their appreciation of the work carried out by Administrative Professionals, to highlight their importance to the organisation and to enhance their work-related skills.

Administrative Professionals Day – Wednesday 27th April 2016

Administrative Professionals Week – W/C 25th April 2016




Monday 14th to Friday 18th November

Further details to be announced soon.

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