The “charm” misunderstanding of female secretaries

In her work, a clever female secretary should be cautious and often self-examine to avoid falling into the following “charm” misunderstanding.
Otherwise, it will not only lead to gossip, make interpersonal tensions, even damage the company’s image, but also miss its future.
These six “charm” misunderstandings are: 1.
The female secretary’s job is to be the assistant of the boss, not the agent of the boss.
Therefore, even if the boss is not in the office, the secretary has no right to make decisions on behalf of the company, otherwise it would be beyond his authority.
  2. Disclosure of company secrets.
Female secretaries often have access to important documents, and attending important meetings with their bosses, it is easy to know the important secrets of the company.
As a secretary, you should not only keep your secrets secret, but also try to avoid yourself getting involved in things that may cause trouble.
  3. Direct colleagues directly.
The boss often asks the female secretary to give instructions on behalf of her busy work, but it does not mean that the female secretary has the right to give orders.
It is not only unconvincing to be a “second boss”, which makes it difficult to carry out instructions, but also easily becomes an obstacle to communication between employees and the boss.
  4. Excessive self-inflation.
The female secretary has the most opportunities to contact her boss and is one of her boss’s confidants.
In this case, many female secretaries tend to boast of being “charismatic” in front of the boss, over-inflating themselves, and showing a dominance.
This type of female secretary is often annoying to employees.
  5. Have a relationship with your boss.
The female secretary naturally spends more time with the boss than others. Of course, it is easy for the boss to be the object of the boss’s pressure and frustration. As a result, there is a private relationship between the two.
But the success rate of this relationship is not high. In most cases, after the boss “thinks carefully”, he finds an excuse to sweep out the “already dangerous” female secretary.
  6. Intervene in the housework of the boss.
The boss may leave the housework to the female secretary because the company is busy.
This situation is occasionally excusable, but if it becomes a daily job, there is something wrong.
The female secretary must recognize that she is an employee of the company, an assistant to the boss’s official affairs, not the boss’s wife.