EU e-Privacy Directive
Virtual Assistants are not paid a salary by their clients, they’re being paid for the work they do. They are independent professionals running their own business.
The way you work with a Virtual Assistant is different to the way you would work with a personal assistant who sits outside your office. You need to plan what work you give them and be more strategic and thoughtful about the time-consuming work you shouldn’t be spending time on – and that’s something we can help you identify.
Our Full List of FAQ articles
- What is a Virtual Assistant?
- What are the benefits of working with a Virtual Assistant?
- What sort of relationship do you have with a Virtual Assistant?
- What type of work can you delegate to a Virtual Assistant?
- How much should you invest in your Virtual Assistant?
- Where do Virtual Assistants work?
- What sort of businesses use a Virtual Assistant?
- What is the difference between an employee and a Virtual Assistant?
- How quickly can a Virtual Assistant turn work around?
- Do Virtual Assistants adhere to confidentiality agreements?