, (PressExposure) July 15, 2006 -- Virtual Assisting is an emerging field that has exploded onto the scene over the last few years. Virtual Assistants (or VAs) can provide almost all of the same services an on site administrative assistant can perform â but with countless benefits.
One major benefit is having professional office assistance available when needed, even if the budget does not allow for a full time employee. Most VAs work from a home office, utilizing the internet, telephone, and fax to provide cost-effective, high quality administrative support. Additionally, VAs are not considered employees, so there is no need to pay their payroll taxes, workersâ compensation, vacation time, sick leave, or other benefits. There is also no loss of productivity, as you only pay for their time on task, not their personal phone calls or bathroom breaks.
Many VAs left the corporate environment for a better work-life balance, bringing with them executive level office support expertise and an assortment of specialized skills. VAs are 100% dedicated to their clients because they are also business owners who have their own reputations on the line. As a result, they always strive to provide outstanding service.
âItâs hard to find that kind of dedication from an employeeâ, says Jennifer Anthony, Director of Virtual Office Assistance.
To receive a free two-hour trial, or for additional information on virtual assisting services, contact Jennifer Anthony at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877-681-5105.