2020 National Receptionist Day

Annual Fall

second wednesday of may

List of National Receptionist Day dates by year

202112th MayWednesday
202211th MayWednesday
202310th MayWednesday
20248th MayWednesday
202514th MayWednesday
202613th MayWednesday
202712th MayWednesday
202810th MayWednesday
20299th MayWednesday
20308th MayWednesday

Don't confuse this day for Administrative Professionals Day or Secretary's Day.  Receptionists, this is your day! Okay, maybe it's not a day off. But, it's a day to recognize and appreciate all the things that you do!

The purpose of Receptionists Day are two-fold. First, of all it gives recognition to receptionists. After all, they are the first person your customers see when they walk through the door of your company. The great first impression is molded in large part thanks to your smiling, cheerful receptionist.

The second reason for Receptionist Day is to promote pride and professionalism in the position.  

On this day, treat your Receptionist with flowers, candy, or a lunch!

National Receptionist Day

What’s more important than a first impression? Nothing. That first encounter with a business enterprise can make all the difference in the world. Bottom line, no one is more important than our receptionist Grace Przyborski who intercepts, blocks and tackles callers and visitors like a NFL lineman, while methodically directing the best and brightest opportunities to Kapowers. So, on May 13, National Receptionist Day, let’s celebrate Grace and all of the receptionists in the world, and remember that they deserve our respect and admiration for representing our companies, while also protecting us from slimeballs trying to sneak under the office door.

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