Just weeks after the PM told Britain it was time to get back to the office, the message has changed again: work from home if possible. It’s a situation millions have been in since March.
Your VA should be a true partner within your business, and if you’re making the most of your VA contract, they should also be actively helping you to grow your business.
The biggest oversight a business can make is to outsource to a VA and then consider the job done. Of course, the tasks themselves will be done, but the truth is that a VA is a resource with the potential to offer far more than you might have imagined on day one.
The first thing to ask is: what can a VA do for me? It’s one of the most common questions I hear. Generally speaking, VAs take on admin tasks, provide business support and many offer additional specialist services.
If you’re new to the world of virtual assistance, it can be hard to imagine what it looks like.
People often ask me: what is VA support?
In reality, it’s much simpler than it sounds. If you’re desperate for someone to save you from hours of business admin – that’s VA support. If you simply don’t have the time to keep your office running smoothly – that’s VA support.
The services of a virtual assistant (VA) are indisputable and far reaching, but what can actually be done to support you within our most popular package of 10 hours per month?