How to Find and Hire a Virtual Assistant (VA)
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Sometimes I’d like to think I’m super woman, but the reality is, I’m far from it! As a busy VA, I have a lot on my plate and sometimes I just plain don’t want to do it all! So guess what? I have this awesome resource called the RFP Job Board! What a lifesaver. It’s a place that I know I can go to find quality, ethical and awesome VA’s who have the skill-sets I don’t and/or want to do the things that just aren’t my cake. The last time I posted a job, I had a great response from several qualified individuals and filled the position for my client within 2 days. And that made me look goooood! Thanks Tawnya and the whole VA Networking team! ?
Chantel Shelton, Owner of Confident Woman
Cost comparison for a full-time employee versus a Virtual Assistant
Here are the top 5 reasons to partner with a Virtual Assistant:
1. Lower operational costs:
- Reduce costs associated with the production of products and /or services.
- Cut down overhead associated with equipment, payroll, human resources training, medical, office space and utilities.
- Only pay for the work that needs to be done eliminating the costs associated with idle or non productive time.
2. Make more efficient use of time:
- Give you the flexibility to delegate tasks according to skill and abilities; thus increasing the quality of the work while reducing the time spent on each task.
- Give you the ability to focus more time on the business aspects in which you are highly skilled and enjoy.
- Make time for the urgent, imperative matters that arise.
- Give you time to focus on the overall business goals and set priorities accordingly.
- Allow time for the little things that sometimes get left out or overlooked.
3. Keep up with technology:
- Gain access to an industry professional that can implement the top trends and technology, and has a vast network of resources to capitalize on.
- Give you the edge you need to stay competitive, and evolve.
- Implement the right tools and resources for your business.
4. Enhance productivity:
- Implement tools and processes to operate more effectively.
- Enable you to deliver better results in a shorter time frame.
- Speed up the process of getting your products and/or services to the client.
- Enable you to put into play the concepts and carry out the projects that are currently on your wish list.
- Give you access to a larger range of highly skilled peopled.
5. Convert your business into a hi-speed virtual office:
- Give you the ability to work anywhere in the world while remaining accessible to your client base.
- Facilitate the exchange and collaboration of information and documentation.
- Enhance the efficiency and accessibility of the business information available to the client.
- Automate processes and procedures.
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