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“Nobody told me there’d be days like these…” – John Lennon
Do you need a Virtual Assistant?
Do you find yourself playing catch-up on evenings and weekends? Perhaps you’re setting aside a workday for “office tasks” – and taking time away from serving your clients, growing your business, or enjoying your personal life.
Let’s face it – you didn’t start your business with the desire to be your own administrative assistant. Maybe you even struggle with administrative tasks. You’re not sure if what you’re doing is the most efficient and effective way to get those tasks completed.
Well, you don’t have to “do it all!” You can have a trusted assistant to handle those tasks quickly and efficiently.
I will work collaboratively with you, helping you accomplish your goals and adding value to your business. You’ll rest assured knowing your Virtual Assistant is completing those administrative tasks quickly, accurately, and professionally. This allows you to give the important things in your life the time they deserve.
What is a Virtual Assistant?
A Virtual Assistant (VA) is an independent business owner, providing administrative support to small businesses and busy individuals. VAs leverage the Internet and other cutting-edge technologies to support clients from their own office.
How does Virtual Assistance differ from temporary agencies?
Temporary agencies have their place in the business world. However, you probably won’t get the same temp every time. Consistency is the core of a trusted, collaborative relationship. The VA/client relationship means that your VA is your steady collaborative partner, investing time in learning what’s important to you. Your VA will be your business champion and ambassador. Unlike a temp, your assistant is not an employee of a third party.
Why not directly hire an assistant?
You might not have the business need or desire to hire an employee assistant. A VA can give you the best of both worlds. Your administrative tasks are completed quickly and professionally. You don’t have to deal with recruiting, hiring, and performance management; providing office space and equipment; dealing with payroll; or paying taxes, benefits, FICA, and insurance. You also don’t pay for your VA’s downtime or break time.
Unlike an employee, you only pay for the VA’s services when your work is performed. You save time and money by collaborating with a VA!