How to become an office manager
What does an office manager do?
Duties and tasks
- Develop work schedules for administrative support personnel.
- Evaluate staffs job performance and makes appropriate recommendations.
- Hire, train, monitor and promote office support staff.
- Implement policies and standards.
- Manage records, budgets and calendars for the office.
- Supervise office employees to ensure that proper procedures, standards and deadlines are being met.
- Company secretary
- Human resources professional
- Inventory and supply manager
- Logistics manager
- Office administrator
- Project support officer
- Purchasing officer
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