Office administration may be thought of as the whole process of what is considered to be the normal work undertaken in an office.
Organisations need to have a routine or system, to handle the various tasks performed by those workers who directly assist the production-, commercial- or any other type of process.
Administration can be described as the systematic collection, classification, processing, and storage of information so that an organisation can function effectively.
The administrative function, on the other hand, can be described as the function of management responsible for the development of a “system” facilitating the flow of information so that it is available when it is needed.
From the above you might note how important it is to have staff who can work effectively and efficiently in all administration.
To enrol for the General Office Administration course we facilitate at Academy Training Group, or any other training, please contact myself, Lana Kornelius, on 012-997 2804 or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
By Lana Kornelius