New York, NY, March 13, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Executive Assistants, often called the power “behind the throne,” finally have their own web site in which to “rant, rave and get resources.” It’s called: werunthecompany.com. www.werunthecompany.com
The site brings together a community of users with a common forum: To share and discuss issues faced every day in their high stress jobs as they work alongside their corporate executive bosses.
Rich with chat, shared insights and advice, it also offers useful information about the hottest restaurants, the best hotels, and the coolest entertainment venues in many major cities.
“Werunthecompany.com is not all business,” says Jules Cooper, founder and creator of the site. “We’ve got terrific members, hard-working people who want a fun, relaxing outlet to share frustrations with others who understand… something we can’t do with our coworkers. It’s also a resource space. So if you need to get your boss reservations at a five star restaurant halfway around the world, someone on the site can help with great advice. It’s that kind of place.”
Until now, Executive Assistants to senior level decision-makers were compelled to exact a wall, creating distance from their coworkers. Being privy to confidential corporate information often left them unable to form close friendships or share day-to-day insights and frustrations with coworkers. Werunthecompany.com is a safe haven where anonymity is respected.
The site is currently reaching Executive Assistants in Fortune 500 companies. All Executive Assistants are welcome to join. Log-in information does not request company names so privacy within the community is ensured.
Werunthecompany.com is a social networking site for Executive Assistants to high-powered, C-Suite inhabitants. Members of the site cut across all industries. Anonymity is maintained to ensure transparency and camaraderie. The goal of the site is to create a transparent forum where Executive Assistants can share information and insights to alleviate stress and make their jobs more rewarding.