New Year's resolutions are commitments to improve life in the coming year. Goals can differ from saving more money to eating less junk food. The main objective is to accomplish a personal goal or otherwise improve your life. Resolutions are also needed in businesses to better the company. A simple way to improve your business is to hire a Virtual Assistant.
Kudos! You've worked so hard last year that your business is growing and it's time to hire an office assistant. Before you write and post an ad, consider the advantages of hiring a Virtual Assistant rather than an in-house employee. If you don't already know, a Virtual Assistant (VA) is a highly skilled, independent professional who remotely provides administrative support services.
Every VA works from their own office, saving the need to provide office space and electronics. By not having to pay taxes, benefits, or medial insurance you also save money. With a VA, simply assign work with a due date, no need to worry about coordinating work schedules. As a client, you only pay for the actual time it takes to complete assigned tasks; no money wasted on employees chatting with others or using their phones during office hours.
To do even better than your business did last year, a VA is the ideal solution. Increase your productivity by allowing a VA to complete the mundane tasks so you can focus on revenue-generating aspects. When calculating the true costs of hiring an employee verses outsourcing a Virtual Assistant, not only do you benefit by having a more qualified professional, a VA is a lower price; a true bang for buck.