Although the title has changed over the years-Secretary’s Day, Personal Assistant’s Day, Executive Assistant’s Day, Administrative Professional’s Day, this day is meant to recognize those exceptional individuals who make our lives so much more productive. National Secretary’s Week was established in 1952 and is now observed the last full week in April. Administrative Professional’s Day, formerly known as Secretary’s Day, is celebrated on Wednesday during this week. (April 23, 2008, April 22, 2009 and April 21, 2010). Over the years, it has become a worldwide event and is one of the largest workplace observances. Gift ideas include flowers, gifts of appreciation and/or lunch at a restaurant. This holiday is meant to show our appreciation to those in administration, including those who contribute to the daily needs of a company who often go unacknowledged.