5 Ways Working With a Virtual Assistant Can Save you Money
Updated: May 15
When you think about the things you don’t have to pay for if you have a VA on your team, you are most definitely going to be saving yourself time, money and stress!: 1. Training Costs: If there’s anything I don’t know how to do, I will learn in my own time and just charge you for the work I do for you that involves that task, not the training itself.
2. Sick Leave
If we’re not working for you then we don’t get paid. Simple as that. So no Joe Bloggs having a week off with a ‘cold’ that you have to pay for, just us working hard for you, when you need us.
3. Maternity Leave:
This can cost businesses crazy amounts of time and finances to cover someone who is having a baby and you won't need to do that with your VA but they can happily arrange to send flowers to a member of your team who has just had a little bundle of joy, if needed. 4. No Recuritment Services/Advertising Costs:
You look for a a Virtual Assistant who suits your needs (P.S. I’m good, definitely pick me!) and don’t worry about the expense of hiring someone full time to your staff who ultimately might not work out anyway.
5. Human Resource/Payroll/Management Issues
None of the above stresses thank you. We just come in, work hard because it’s in our interest to and then wish you well when the job is done or arrange to be on retainer and just issue you with an invoice or create a direct debit when it’s time to pay us. Who needs the complication of anything more than that?