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The benefits of using virtual assistants

27/03/2017

Except for companies, large corporations have the funds to maintain a professional assistant to support their business, small and medium-sized companies, and especially startup companies. Increasingly, employers are increasingly using virtual assistants to help them set up their businesses as well as conduct business operations. There are many reasons for these companies to go to virtual assistants instead of hiring full time employees:

 

 

Virtual assistants are professionals or at least experienced in their service area, so they can perform their tasks in a professional manner. Businesses need no training beyond explaining how their organization operates.

Virtual assistants have the necessary working equipment, software, as well as their own workspaces; businesses do not need to equip them.

Virtual assistants can meet long-term or short-term business requirements whenever business needs.

Businesses only pay virtual assistants according to the actual time they work, no need to pay for breaks, vacation time, holidays ... like when hiring full time employees.

Virtual assistants are businesses or self-employed individuals, who will be responsible for their taxes, insurance, subsidies, ... businesses do not need to care.

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