A Demand for Virtual Assistants
With the changing workforce environment and with many businesses working entirely at home, the COVID pandemic has put the need for more virtual assistants. Virtual Assistants are self-employed experts who work for clients from a remote location. They support several customers and work on numerous projects showcasing various skill sets. They operate according to the customer’s needs and provide a range of affordable services.
With the case of COVID-19, schools are shut down, major cities around the globe have given residents shelter orders and many companies are rapidly forced to re-examine the work-at-home model. I figured this is the perfect opportunity to catch up with Clint Muhlenberg and explore the complexities behind working with a virtual assistant and what it’s like to work with a virtual assistant from the Philippines.
Clint runs a company called Level, providing first-class virtual assistants from the Philippines to real estate agents and companies in the United States. Clint and I share common ideologies concerning recruiting, training, and the management of remote employees. I can’t think of anyone better qualified to discuss this subject.
Level: A Virtual Assistant Company
Client Muhlenberg’s enthusiasm for real estate is only matched by his passion for helping agents, teams, and managers. Clint is an accomplished Texas A&M University graduate and has several years of experience with renowned real estate companies, including one of the top ten Keller Williams Realty teams worldwide. He thrives in conditions of high-intensity work that would lead many to question their sanity.