If you’re thinking of hiring a virtual assistant, you might be wondering if they’ll be able to pull their weight. After all, a busy real estate office won’t succeed unless every team member is at the top of their game.
You need help growing your business, but you’re reluctant to take the leap and hire a full-time assistant. You’re in that in-between stage. If this sounds like you, keep reading. Today, we’re talking about what to do between having no assistant and a full-time assistant. Trust me, I get it. Pro REA Staffing expanded from one part-time assistant to five full-time employees over the past four years. And yes, it’s scary every time you add someone to the payroll. You want to do it with thought and care. If you’re not ready to hire someone full-time, you have three options.
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.