Whether it’s executing the day-to-day operations or planning long-term strategy,
small businesses face countless obstacles on the path to success. You know you need help, but you probably
think, “I can’t afford it.” The real
question, how can you not?
How much time do you spend on the office tasks that isn’t your
area of expertise but you “know enough to be dangerous”?
How much time has it cost you?
If your answer to the above was anything
like, too much, a lot, I can’t even count, then this article is a must-read for
As you probably know, the cost of employing
someone reaches beyond the salary you pay them. By removing these costs and
using a virtual assistant you will be able to free up capital for your business
that can be used to generating revenue in other aspects of your business.
These costs include social security,
Medicare taxes, state and federal unemployment taxes, workers’ compensation
insurance, medical and dental insurance and retirement benefits, and even vacation
time. Not to mention, no office space
required! Your Virtual assistant is just
that, virtual. No need to rent the
office and pay for all the expenses that come along with it.
As a business owner, when was the
last time you had nothing to do?
Exactly, there is always something to be done. Hiring a virtual assistant and handing off the day-to-day operational tasks and projects that just
aren’t your expertise to someone whose it is will allow you to focus on what
you do best, and the success of your company.
Get the skills you need
With the increase in
demand for virtual assistants, the areas of expertise available are expanding. One of the biggest advantages of hiring a
Virtual Assistant? You get to choose the
services that you want. Just a few of the different areas; scheduling,
email management, bookkeeping, customer service and CRM Management, legal
admin, social media, project management.
The flexibility is yours, and as you build a relationship with your
virtual assistant(s), the list of tasks to outsource will continue to grow.
Try out, try again
As a small business
owner getting locked into a contract or taking on the sometimes cumbersome
Human Resource rules is of great concern.
However, with the flexibility that most Virtual Assistants offer, you
have the freedom to try out their services to see if they will be a good match
for you and your company. Just have them
try a couple of tasks that would be regular and see how they do, and does their
work ethic and personality match up with yours?
2018 is here, make this year one to remember!
Begin the process today and download
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everything you need to know about finding, hiring and utilizing a virtual
assistant, and even how to delegate effectively to them. Get your free
is the founder of Elite Virtual Assistants who
can help solo and start-ups get the help they need without the hassle of hiring
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