National Receptionist Day, Wednesday 13th May 2015

12th May 2015 Date of publication

Celebrating remarkable Service

National Receptionists’ Day was first launched in 1991 in the US to celebrate the role of professional receptionists and is a special day to recognise and appreciate all the things that receptionists do for an organisation.

A receptionist is the face and voice of an organisation and usually the first person a customer meets when contacting or visiting an organisation. Organisational skills play a very important part of the receptionist’s job, as do good judgment, diplomacy and proper etiquette.

Tracey Williams, Receptionist at One AwardsOur receptionist at One Awards, Tracey Williams is no exception, as our visitor’s first point of contact. Tracey works extremely hard in ensuring a great first impression and takes huge pride in her work, which is reinforced by the many positive comments received from visitors and staff.

Tracey has been with the organisation since 2007 and in addition to her regular reception duties also supports the Quality Team and Customer Support Team. ‘I enjoy my role very much being front of house and all it entails; I never know what my day will bring, A good receptionist will create a welcoming atmosphere for clients, help to keep staff organised, and serve as an information centre for employees and customers alike’.

In her spare time Tracey enjoys spending time with her 3 grandchildren.

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