A virtual assistant (typically abbreviated to VA) is generally self-employed and provides administrative, technical, or creative (social) assistance to clients remotely.
Most work from a home office.
Clients also avoid the logistical problem of providing extra office space, equipment, or supplies.
That's all good news, right? They are inexpensive and the client is not responsible for taxes or benefits.
Flip the coin.
They are remote and have no responsibility to you either. No insurance. No accountability. No management.
"Thanks for all the good work and keeping me on time. Keep up the help you give me, and look forward to working more in the future, Thank you!"
Just a few of the tasks we can help with are: