5 Apprehensions Successful Businessmen Have When Hiring Virtual Assistants

Hiring people for your business, whether it is a startup or a small business indicates you are in an expansion mode. The world is heading towards an online driven technology, which enables us to perform most of our activities virtually. We have Virtual Assistants, freelancers and independent workers taking over work from various locations at a reasonable cost.

 Let us analyze the reasons of why some smart businessmen find it difficult to hire VAs, and how they should go about it.

 

  1. Know when to start hiring

Getting started is a common problem for many. When, where and how to hire a virtual assistant are crucial questions to address. And especially with small business owners or entrepreneurs, making a list of three important rules would help kick-start the process: 

  • List of tasks that would possibly require assistance.
  • List of things you dread doing every day.
  • List of activities that should be avoided at workplace. 

These lists will help you decide on whether you require a virtual assistant or a team, and how well you can manage it.

 

  1. Share your business vision with your Virtual Assistant

Acquiring the right team of VAs and encouraging them to work in harmony with the vision of your company is very essential. The long-distance business relationship should be in line with your company’s work culture.

Taking them on board and keeping them apprised of the bigger picture of the vision will give them ownership over their responsibilities to work as a team.

 

  1. Daily reporting and updates are imperative

The success of hiring a VA or a team of VAs, across the globe points to only one feature – communication. Our experts who specialize in building virtual teams have endorsed that communicating with your VAs is very important. VAs should send a report at the end of the day with details on the hours worked, the tasks completed and challenges faced, if any. A well rounded routine should be strategically planned, ensuring that the business owner and the VA are on the same page.

 

  1. Never grant complete access to every section of your business to VAs

Whatever your position, whether a globe-trotting businessman who relies heavily on a Virtual Assistant, or a budding entrepreneur scaling the corporate ladder: Never provide full access of your business to anyone! This can result in repercussions that can cause irreparable damage. Managing a VA is fairly simple when you identify the tasks that are to be delegated.

 

  1. The importance of creating an experience

Always remember that behind every VA is a well functioning human being, who needs timely acknowledgements and appreciation. Recognizing and acknowledging the efforts of the VAs will go a long way in ensuring the smooth governance required to further boost stability and productivity. Don’t limit yourself to only emails, but rather create an experience for them to feel valued.

 

Velan Info Services has a team of dedicated Virtual Assistants who strive to work in unison with clients and enable the companies to maintain high standards and performance. The team is skilled and versatile with any given task: crafting emails, administrative tasks, bookkeeping, creating online contents and any work to enhance productivity.

 

Call us today! Discard the myths and stamp out any apprehensions that block progress and do not spell success. Surge forward to expand your business, leaving the day-to-day work for us to take care.

Posted On:August 03,2018

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