Life Goes on After Difficult Moments

One of my employees passed away from the corona virus last month. It was a sad time for all of us, and we couldn’t even go to her funeral because of the risk of catching the virus. She was a secretary, and we all loved seeing her at work each day. We thought of her as a member of our family, and there was nothing that we wouldn’t do for her. I was left with the task of finding someone who would fill her role in the company. I used one of the corporate secretarial services to find a secretary.

Even though no one at the company is in the office because we’re all working from home, I still had to find someone to act as the new secretary. It was a hard thing for me to do, because I couldn’t help but think about our secretary who died. I would constantly fill up with sadness and grief, and even looking at the services would cause tears to flow from my eyes. My wife had to calm me down and help me get through the hiring process. She picked a service and contacted them for me so that the secretary could begin working.

The introduction of the employees to the new secretary was a somber moment, but it was one that had to be done. Everyone greeted the new secretary and began working while trying not to think about what had happened. I could tell just by looking at some of the employees that they were holding back the urge to cry. After a bit of time, everyone got settled into work again, and they were a little happier. They treated the new secretary like a valuable member of the team and became warm to her. We’ve had tough times, but I think we’ll be fine.