Many secretaries assume several responsibilities when they accept a position of employment at a company. Some have no problem with greeting visitors or ensuring that the mail meter has enough postage on it for any given business day. Many companies have included secretaries selecting magazines for the front lobby in the job description and some of these secretaries take their responsibilities very seriously. The secretaries selecting magazines will never think to ask their boss about what kind of magazines to furnish. They will naturally select magazines that are pleasing and ones that will provide enjoyable reading for clients as they wait for their appointment time to roll around. Many clients come early when the word spreads that there is a good selection of reading material in the lobby. As the crowd begins to waver in the middle of the month, the secretaries selecting magazines will pause and look through the internet sites for coupon offers and other discounts on other magazine choices on certain websites. They might even walk into the lobby and thumb through a few back issues to obtain the coupon codes for a certain magazine. If people begin to take magazines home with them at the end of the day, the secretaries selecting magazines will have no other choice but to remove them early in the afternoon and know very well that they must be returned to the lobby on the following morning. It seems that the responsibilities for secretaries selecting magazines can be a vigilant task at times, and one that could lead to hard feelings if the office staff does not understand why their precious magazines disappear every afternoon. The secretaries selecting magazines really do have the company’s best interest at heart. The secretary will remove old issue each month and have a new assortment of magazines to replace them. They will try in earnest to replace the magazines with titles that other people might find especially appealing. Office gossip might lend a hand in letting the secretary know that the boss is an avid golfer, and soon everyone can start enjoying delightful issues of Golf Digest. The secretary might even try placing a few sports accents in the lobby on the months where the secretaries selecting magazines pick magazines for football, baseball or the well-received Sports Illustrated issue that every man in the office must glance through every time they start to walk in or out of the front door. When the swimsuit issue is in the lobby, the secretaries selecting magazines know very well that they will have to anchor that issue down, because it disappears every year and is never returned to the lobby.