Sampension boss poaches personal assistant from rival

Jonathan Ramshart Kahlke was the personal assistant of one pension fund chief executive — and now finds himself doing the same job for another. One of his first tasks will be learning how Sampension's CEO Hasse Jørgensen thinks.

A personal assistant needs to know how their boss thinks. They need to be a good listener and able to grasp their boss's intentions quickly. Of course, you have to ask questions is anything is unclear ­but it's also important not to constantly need instructions.

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