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.
Working from home has become mainstream and a lot of us are beginning to master Zoom, Slack, and other collaboration tools. Many are also trying to ace virtual listing appointments in addition to our childcare and homeschooling obligations.