The world’s oldest office manager, 90 years old woman
TOKYO: A 90-year-old Japanese woman has been named the world’s oldest female office manager by the Guinness Book of World Records.
Interestingly, the woman has been associated with the company for a long time. Yasuki Tamaki celebrated his 91st birthday on the 15th of last month. He has been associated with the same company since 1956. He is now the world’s oldest office manager, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. She still visits the office five times a week and works seven and a half hours a day in her company, Sunco Industry.
According to him, he continued to move forward in the company in a natural way and his affairs continued to run smoothly. But another characteristic of them is that they try to keep people happy and satisfied in every situation. “I cannot express my views on this occasion. I’ve always thought I was born to help people. So I tried to keep the office staff, managers and chairman happy and joyful.
That will be the purpose of my life for the rest of my life, “he said as he received his certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records. However, she said she still did not want to retire and had no intention of doing so. She says one year after another comes and goes.