Celebrate International Receptionist Day on May 11th, 2022 by sending a custom "card" to your receptionist with this template
International Receptionist Day is on May 11th, 2022. Originally started in 1991 as just National Receptionist Day in the United States, it’s a day to show appreciation for the men and women who run your office. Over the last year, your receptionist may have taken on some new responsibilities as many teams shifted to a distributed model. Use this day to celebrate your receptionist for all their hard work.
In 1942, the National Secretaries Association was founded to advance the administrative profession (the organization is now known as the
). The receptionist profession gained some popularity with Pam Beesly from The Office in 2005:
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Ways to celebrate International Receptionist Day
Send them a gift
A gift from you and your team to your receptionist is a great way to show how much you value their hard work.
Tell your teammates
Before May 12th, message your teammates via email, Slack, or Microsoft Teams to let them know the day is coming up. This way they can send a message to your receptionist on National Receptionist Day!
Send a group card
This is what this template is all about! Instead of passing around a physical card and getting everyone’s handwritten message, you can use this template to get everyone’s message and share this Coda doc with your receptionist once everyone has written a message. Get started by
Copying this template
Instructions for sending group card:
Copy this template
and hit Share in the top right and add your teammates/colleagues. Clear the dummy data in